The U.S. Supreme Court has put off the arguments in a closely watched Microsoft Corp. class action until next term, in a scheduling move that may be related to the Feb. 13 death of Justice Antonin Scalia.

Lawyers in Microsoft v. Baker were anticipating arguing the case in late April, but were alerted by the court clerk’s office March 2 that it would be argued instead next term, which begins on Oct. 3.

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