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Topic - David Schnare
A judge is treading cautiously in a high-stakes case that pits the University of Virginia against a conservative institute seeking thousands of records related to climatologist Michael Mann.
David Schnare, director of ATI's Environmental Law Center, said Mr. Mann lacks standing to even enter the case.
Mr. Schnare, though, said that he and Mr. Horner were bound by law not to use the documents except, under seal, to turn them over to a judge to argue if anything further should be made public.