After 230 years the Supreme Court will play an argument live on television and the internet for the first time. The topic that will be streamed is whether or not Booking.com can trademark their name. The arguments will also take place over the phone, a new format that is not the usual normal. With the coronavirus forcing court rooms to shut their doors, they have agreed to broadcast ten arguments during the first week of May. While the first case with Booking.com is relatively low-profile, this will be the first time an argument in the Supreme Court will have this large of an audience. Arguments later this week however will likely have even more viewers, with topics including the Trump administration and insurance, the electoral college, and if President Trump can shield his financial records, including tax returns, from state and congressional investigators.