Trustee Seeks To Revive Miller & Martin Legal Malpractice Suit

Law360 (January 12, 2021, 10:04 PM EST) -- A successor trustee for a wealthy family asked the Georgia Court of Appeals on Tuesday to reinstate his and the family trusts' claims against law firm Miller & Martin PLLC that it helped a corrupt former trustee steal tens of millions in family assets.

Administrative trustee Gus H. Small and two Bunzl family trusts sought reversal of a trial court's May ruling that their claims against the firm and its late partner Kenneth Antley were time-barred. They said the trial court was wrong to decide they were on notice of their claims by 2013, at the latest, because Small wasn't appointed...

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