A Pickens County, Ga., lawyer’s involvement in producing an allegedly libelous campaign advertisement was too tangential to hold him responsible for its contents, a Georgia Court of Appeals panel ruled.

In a unanimous decision that takes a unique look at exactly what a person must do to be considered a participant in a libel, the panel upheld the grant of summary judgment to Jasper, Ga., attorney C. Mark Miller of Miller & Associates.

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