Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla, is set to meet with Twitter's attorneys over the coming days.
Addressing questions in advance of a trial in October that will determine whether he is required to uphold the terms of his $44 billion acquisition agreement of the social network despite his attempts to back out of the transaction.
The deposition, which is scheduled to take place on Monday, Tuesday, and maybe on Wednesday, won't be open to the public.
It was unclear on Sunday night whether Musk will appear in person or through video.
The trial is expected to start on October 17 and last just five days in Delaware Chancery Court.
The richest man in the world, Elon Musk, agreed to acquire Twitter and take it private in April. He offered $54.20 per share and promised to relax the company's content policing policies and eliminate phoney accounts. On Friday, Twitter's stock price reached $41.58.
Twitter filed a lawsuit against Musk to force him to complete the acquisition after Musk said he wanted to back out of the transaction in July.