A judge is to be investigated as to whether he was prejudiced in a case because of a business relationship he had with a lawyer appearing before him.
The Supreme Court last week held that Justice Wilson should not have sat on a Court of Appeal hearing into a dispute between the Saxmere wool growers group and the former Wool Board.
Saxmere says the Judge co-owned a horse stud with one of the board's lawyers.
The Attorney General Chris Finlayson says a complaint is now being considered by a Judicial Conduct Commissioner.
The Supreme Court has ordered a rehearing of the Saxmere case before a new panel of Appeal Court judges.