In Twitter, Inc. v. Musk, Delaware Chancellor Kathaleen S. McCormick stating that “[i]n this highly expedited case, there is no time for just kiddings”, resolved the dispute between Twitter and Elon Musk regarding the number of custodians for which Twitter needed to produce Slack messages by ordering Twitter to produce Slack messages from two additional custodians over the six they originally proposed, not the 42 custodians sought by the defendants.

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