The last lawsuit that the CFP Board may ever face could either come to a rapid end or continue on appeal following a hearing today.

The case being heard at a Washington appeals court – brought by husband-and-wife CFPs who contend they were disciplined unfairly – is of heightened importance given that the public may never again have a similar window into the board's inner workings.

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