An award-winning British wildlife documentary producer has sued Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart and a former attorney there over claims that she was fired from her position as National Geographic Television’s vice president of natural history projects when the nonprofit discovered that an official’s signature had been forged on annual visa documents for four years running.

According to the suit, attorney Brandi Knox admitted to having repeatedly forged the signature of a National Geographic official, explaining in an email to the U.S. State Department that there was a “misunderstanding.”

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