In a long-running legal battle with the CFP Board, two financial advisers' bid for an appeal in a U.S. District Court is moving forward.

Jeffrey and Kimberly Camarda, who faced disciplinary action by the CFP Board in 2012 for allegedly advertising themselves as fee-only when they were not, had their previous court case dismissed in 2015. They had sought damages against the board for alleged breach of contract and other misconduct.

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