The Supreme Court will lead off with a trademark case when it resumes oral arguments next week.

USPTO v. Booking.com is slated to go down in history as the court’s first ever live-audio virtual hearing. The court hasn’t announced yet who’ll argue, but it seems likely that Williams & Connolly partner Lisa Blatt, who’s counsel of record for Booking.com B.V., will have the honor of opposing deputy solicitor general Malcolm Stewart, who argued for the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office in its three most recent Supreme Court cases.

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