Twitter and Elon Musk indicated this week they’re at a standstill in scheduling dates for their broken deal trial, asking Chancellor Kathaleen McCormick to weigh in.

The Musk team claimed in a letter sent Tuesday that Twitter is intentionally holding up discovery in an effort to give Musk as little time as possible to analyze the data he’s requested, and Twitter fired back in a motion filed the next day that Musk has made setting dates impossible by making unreasonable requests and refusing to make any concessions to the other side.

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