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Topic - Carol Wood
A conservative group seeking documents related to former University of Virginia professor Michael Mann has received records from the school Thursday in the wake of a judge's order but remained mum as to what information they contained.
The university does not comment on pending litigation or motions of this nature, spokeswoman Carol Wood wrote in an email.
"The University has consistently stated that it will produce all responsive, non-exempt records that are public documents," she wrote. "The University has also consistently said that it will carefully review Mr. Mann's email in order to protect what is legally exempt through FOIA."