Jones Day has sued a former pharmaceutical corporate client for allegedly not paying $5.3 million in legal fees, asking a court to pierce the corporate veil and force two executives to pay out of their own pockets.

The suit, filed in Manhattan Supreme Court, is unusual both for the amount being sought and the law firm’s request to hold Serenity Pharmaceuticals’ CEO Samuel Herschkowitz and president Alain Kodsi personally liable.

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