No new grants right this moment – SCOTUSblog
Amy Howe Impartial Contractor and Reporter
Posted Mon, April 29th, 2019 11:46 am
Posted Mon, April 29th, 2019 11:46 am by Amy Howe
The justices issued orders right this moment from final week’s personal convention. They didn’t add any new circumstances to their deserves docket for subsequent time period.
The justices requested the U.S. solicitor normal to weigh in on a dispute between pc know-how giants Google and Oracle that one publication has known as the “copyright lawsuit of the last decade.” Google had requested the Supreme Court docket to evaluate two questions: Whether or not copyright safety extends to software program interfaces and whether or not Google’s use of a software program interface within the context of making a brand new pc program constitutes “honest use,” which doesn’t infringe a copyright. There isn’t a deadline for the solicitor normal to file his transient.
The Supreme Court docket didn’t act on two high-profile petitions that they thought of eventually week’s convention: Field v. Deliberate Parenthood, a problem to the constitutionality of an Indiana legislation that bars abortions primarily based on (amongst different issues) the intercourse or incapacity of the fetus and requires fetal stays to be buried or cremated, and Klein v. Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries, filed by an Oregon couple who declined on spiritual grounds to make a customized cake for a same-sex wedding ceremony.
The justices’ subsequent convention is Thursday, Could 9. We anticipate orders from that convention to be launched on Monday, Could 13, at 9:30 a.m.
This put up was initially printed at Howe on the Court docket.
[Disclosure: Goldstein & Russell, P.C., whose attorneys contribute to this blog in various capacities, is among the counsel to the petitioner in Google LLC v. Oracle America Inc. However, I am not affiliated with the firm.]
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