Elon Musk and Twitter lawyer ahead of a legal battle in Delaware

Twitter lawyer. The firm has hired firms such as Wachtel, Lipton, Rosen & Gates. It should have its own Wikipedia pageAnd founding partner, Martin Lipton, is credited with inventing the shareholder rights scheme, or “poison pill” protection. Used initially To put the brakes on Musk’s buying efforts.

On Friday, Elon Musk filed a document to cancel his $44 billion acquisition of Twitter. Twitter CEO Brett Taylor tweeted in response The company will pursue legal action To complete the contract as agreed. Wachtel’s hiring of Lipton, according to the report Bloomberg, Twitter advises it is serious about arguing its case in the Delaware Court of Chancery.

Twitter hired two prominent lawyers to its team. One represented companies such as William Savitt Anthem And Sotheby’s Activist v. Investors in a Delaware court. Another is Leo Strine, a former president of the Delaware Chancery Court who has 20 years of experience as a judge in state courts and was chief justice of its state Supreme Court before joining the firm in 2020.

Musk reportedly hired Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan. It got the Wikipedia treatmentAnd may be very familiar edge Readers. It was handled Samsung’s Defense Against Apple’s Patent Lawsuit Musk has previously defended himself by saying that Galaxy devices are merely copies of the iPhone. In his “pedo boy” defamation caseAs well as the aftermath of his “financially protected” tweet about taking Tesla personally Cases against the SEC And a Present Shareholder Litigation.

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