Virginia Supreme Court Awards Damages to University of Virginia in Email Case

The Virginia Supreme Court has found in favor of the University of Virginia and former Professor Michael Mann in a case that involving his emails. The Energy & Environmental Legal Institute must pay the defendants $250 in damages. In the 2011 suit, the institute claimed that the UVa. refused to turn over emails requested by the group under Virginia's Freedom of Information Act. The court ruled in April that the emails were propriety records dealing with scholarly research.

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