As the failed acquisition of social platform Twitter by one of the world’s richest men, Elon Musk, turned into a protracted court conflict, both sides are filing subpoenas to gather information ahead of the first hearing.
Recent reports claim that Twitter has made an effort to serve subpoenas to Ken Griffin, the founder of hedge fund Citadel, and to major crypto exchange Binance.
According to Bloomberg on Aug. 1, the delivery was attempted at both the Citadel office at Lexington Ave., New York, and at Griffin’s Manhattan residence. The company reportedly refused to accept the legal papers on Griffin’s behalf, alleging that the only option was to deliver the subpoena to the Chicago office.
As Yahoo Finance reports, on the same day Twitter directed a subpoena