A consortium of venture capitalists say a misdrafted paragraph regarding the sale of stock shares cost them millions of dollars, and they are suing Alston & Bird over the alleged mistake.

Alston & Bird partners W.W. Thomas Carter III and Randolph A. Moore III are named in the suit, along with their firm. The two are alleged to have made a mistake in drawing up the funding agreement in October 2000.

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