Faced with a suit that sought $400 million and its banishment from Georgia, PricewaterhouseCoopers might have been considered lucky when a Cobb County jury in February slapped it with a $10 million verdict but absolved it of fraud and racketeering.

The Big Four accounting firm, however, wants complete vindication and relief from a judgment that deemed it liable for “negligent misrepresentation” in its audits of a company in which two Cobb millionaires had invested heavily.

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