Suspended New York Yankee slugger Alex Rodriguez is being sued for attorney fees by one of the firms in the legal “dream team” he hired to fight accusations that he used performance enhancing drugs.

The firm of Gordon Rees Scully Mansukhani said Rodriguez, currently serving an unprecedented 162-game suspension imposed by Major League Baseball, owes $380,058.91—money he agreed to pay in May 2013 when he retained the firm and partner, David Cornwell, a veteran sports attorney. Cornwall, based in the firm’s Atlanta office, is an expert in representing professional athletes accused of violating their sports’ drug and steroid policies.

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