A “dynasty trust” represented by King & Spalding and Anderson Tate & Carr asked the Georgia Court of Appeals to order two former trustees represented by Troutman Pepper and Squire Patton Boggs to return $4.7 million the trust paid in attorney fees under a now-defunct court order.

A dynasty trust is a long-term trust established to pass wealth from generation to generation without incurring transfer taxes, according to Investopedia.