A major copyright dispute stretching to 2010 between Oracle Corp. ORCL, +0.51% and Alphabet Inc.’s GOOGL, +1.54% GOOG, +1.43% Google division is headed to the Supreme Court, the court said on Friday. The dispute centers on 11,500 lines of code that Google is accused of copying from Oracle’s Java programming language, Oracle claims in a 9-year-old lawsuit seeking $9 billion in damages. Google, which deployed the code in Android, had won in lower courts but lost an appeal before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, which ruled last year for Oracle.