Baker & Hostetler has taken the owner of a New York bar frequented by celebrities to court seeking more than $307,000 in unpaid legal bills.

The law firm is suing former client Little Rest Twelve Inc. in Manhattan Supreme Court for failing to pay for work Baker & Hostetler did in the spring to fight off an injunction blocking the use of the name “Buddha Bar” at a restaurant it operates in Manhattan’s Meatpacking District.

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