Fourteen years after being publicly censured by the California Supreme Court, retired Judge Norman Gordon was back — in name only — before the state high court Thursday in a case that will decide how much disclosure is required from arbitrators who were disciplined when on the bench.

The justices’ questions indicated that arbitrators will need not announce a censure that’s on the public record. But the justices may require lawyers and their clients to conduct their own legwork to uncover relevant disqualifiers.

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