Two Florida planners will appeal a judge's dismissal of their two-year-old lawsuit against the CFP Board regarding its authority to discipline planners, stating they want to right "grave wrongs."
"This road has been long for us and we do not undertake its continuation lightly," Jeffrey and Kimberly Camarda, of Fleming Island, Fla., said in statement. "We believe there are grave wrongs to be righted here, with the welfare of the profession, and of the client public, hanging in the balance."
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