Global 200 firm McCarter & English has filed a federal lawsuit against a California-based company that distributes dietary supplements, alleging the company refuses to pay $1.96 million in legal fees because it’s dissatisfied with defense strategies and how attorneys represented it at trial.

In the nine-page lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court for the District of Connecticut, the Big Law firm alleges Los Angeles-based nutrition company Jarrow Formulas LLP refused to pay the money after losing a civil jury trial in Kentucky.

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