Elon Musk will be allowed to adjust his claims against Twitter to account for recently publicized whistleblower allegations, Chancellor Kathaleen McCormick decided Wednesday, but he won’t get more time to prepare to take those claims to trial.

Under the movant-friendly Court of Chancery rules, she wrote in a five-page opinion, Twitter didn’t prove amending the counterclaims would be futile or lead to an unreasonable expansion of an already contentious discovery process, but the circumstances of the case still pose enough urgency that the trial will move forward on Oct. 17 rather than being pushed to November.

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