Monday’s depositions of Elon Musk and Twitter’s Chief Executive Officer Parag Agrawal have been postponed and it was unclear when the interviews under oath would take place, sources familiar with the litigation told Reuters.
Musk will now be deposed on an unspecified future date, according to a Bloomberg report. The original schedule was for a two-day deposition starting on Monday, with the possibility of it extending to Wednesday, according to court filings.
Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal’s questioning by Musk’s lawyers, which was supposed to take place on Monday, has also been postponed, according to a report. Agrawal canceled the deposition that was set to be held for 10 hours in San Francisco at a short notice, citing personal reasons, Business Insider reported.
The report also said when Musk’s in-person deposition is said to be rescheduled, it won’t likely happen in Delaware, where it was initially planned.
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