Two planners who sued the CFP Board over a fee-only dispute are asking the court to unseal many of the documents, citing public interest in making them available for review.

Many of the records related to the landmark case have been submitted to the court confidentially. No matter the outcome of the case, which is on appeal after a judge threw it out last year, unsealing the documents would allow members of the public to better evaluate claims made by both sides.

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