After an eight-day trial, the jury in a legal-malpractice case awarded nearly $2 million to a British wildlife filmmaker who lost her job with National Geographic over forged signatures on visa documents prepared by Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart and a former lawyer there.

The total includes $125,000 the jury tacked on Thursday following a short trial on punitive damages.

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