An nameless reader quotes the Dev publication from Inside.com:
The U.S. Supreme Court docket has postponed listening to oral arguments within the Google vs. Oracle copyright case and all different instances due to the coronavirus. It’s the first time the Supreme Court docket has finished so because the Spanish flu epidemic in 1918. [“The Court also shortened its argument calendars in August 1793 and August 1798 in response to yellow fever outbreaks,” the announcement points out.]
“The court docket will look at the choices for rescheduling these instances in the end in mild of the growing circumstances,” the announcement added.
Justices on the U.S. Supreme Court docket had been scheduled to listen to oral arguments within the Google vs. Oracle case on Tuesday, March 24, 2020, earlier than making a choice a couple of months later.
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