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Jun. 17, 2024

Judge postpones discovery in lawsuit against Elon Musk and former Twitter executives

U.S. District Judge Maxine M. Chesney said she wanted to wait until she decides on Musk's bid to toss the plaintiffs' equitable relief claim under ERISA.

New York Times News Service

A federal judge in San Francisco met with attorneys for Elon Musk and former Twitter executives suing the billionaire for $128 million in backpay, telling them on Friday that she would stay discovery until deciding on Musk's bid to toss the plaintiffs' equitable relief claim under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act.

On behalf of former Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal and other high-level executives, Sidley Austin LLP partner David L. Anderson filed a lawsuit in March

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