Nearly 13,000 pages, but a whole lot of nothing: That's what the CFP Board says two Florida planners have produced thus far in the duo's legal battle against the certifying body.

"Approximately 70% of the pages of the documents that plaintiffs have produced are duplicate copies," a lawyer for the board wrote in a filing to the federal court in Washington, D.C.

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