The CFP Board has hired the lead lawyer from its case against two Florida planners as its general counsel, the most recent change to the board's embattled disciplinary and legal leadership.

Leo Rydzewski, formerly of the large Washington D.C. law firm Holland & Knight, now will oversee the board's ongoing litigation against planners Jeffrey and Kimberly Camarda, of Fleming Island, Fla., from inside the board, according to the board's CEO Kevin Keller. He becomes the board's first general counsel since 2006. An as-yet-unnamed counsel from Holland & Knight is positioned to assume Rydzewski's former role in the case as lead counsel, Keller says.

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