Paul et al. v. Smith, Gambrell & Russell, et al., ___S.E.2d___, 2007 WL 474185 (Ga. App. 2007) . Hinshaw report tells us:
"The Georgia Court of Appeals held that the plaintiffs’ proof of a malpractice claim based on alleged inadequate witness preparation could not prevail because the plaintiffs had not provided sufficient evidence that the outcome of the case giving rise to the malpractice claim would have been more favorable but for the alleged malpractice. With regard to a separate claim, however, the court held that the clients’ review prior to signing of on an allegedly negligently drafted corporate document did not give rise to a defense to a malpractice claim where, as here, the legal significance of the document was not sufficiently clear to the clients"