A California appeals court panel refused to broaden disclosure requirements for alternative dispute resolution organizations and called for court precedent to be revisited in a case over a soured partnership between entertainment news company TMZ and a Los Angeles celebrity tour bus company.

In an opinion Thursday, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit panel—made up of two Trump appointees and one Clinton appointee—indicated the case was proof that the court’s 2019 decision over arbitration disclosures would lead to an onslaught of litigation.