When the trial between Twitter and Elon Musk starts in mid-October, it will finally be time to see how much of the pasta their legal teams have been flinging for the past several months has stuck to the wall.

Predictably, Twitter and Musk have carpet-bombed nearly anyone involved in Musk’s $44 billion bid for Twitter, which he is trying to wiggle out of, with subpoenas demanding information related to the deal. But both parties are going even further, with Musk demanding to know whether Twitter’s banks and law firms have gained any tactical advantage through their past work for Musk—and vice versa.