Michael Cohen filed a lawsuit against the Trump Organization in New York court Thursday, claiming that the president’s namesake business failed to pay him millions in owed legal fees. The lawsuit claims that since the summer of 2017, Cohen and the Trump Organization have had an indemnification agreement, meaning that the organization would be required to pay “attorney’s fees and costs incurred” by Cohen as a result of his work for the company. For about a year, the lawsuit claimed, the Trump Organization followed through on this promise, dutifully paying Cohen’s legal fees as he waded through the Stormy Daniels lawsuit and the early stages of the Mueller investigation. But when Trump and Cohen’s relationship soured the following summer, the company allegedly stopped paying Cohen’s legal fees “without notice or justification.” As a result, Cohen has incurred ever-growing legal fees as he continues to appear in a litany of cases. As of Jan. 25, 2019, the suit claims, the Trump Organization owes Cohen approximately $1.9 million.