A total of $150,000 in taxpayer funds will be used to pay for legal services related to the sexual harassment scandals of Assemblymembers Vito Lopez and Micah Kellner, according to a release from the state comptroller’s office Tuesday.

The largest recipient was Proskauer Rose LLP, who received $141,000 for defense of Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver in a federal lawsuit regarding sexual harassment allegations against Vito Lopez. That’s on top of the almost $363,000 they received in February for work on the case.

Whiteman Osterman and Hanna LLP received $8,000 for outside counsel in the appeals process for Assemblyman Micah Kellner. That brings the total amount going to the firm this year to $101,000.

And for Rossein Associates, $1,000 will be used as a payment against the law firm’s contract for outside counsel, for sexual harassment policy development and investigations. They also received just over $140,000 earlier this year for the same purpose.

It’s now been more than a year since Vito Lopez held office in the Assembly. The investigation into harassment claims against the Assemblyman actually began in 2012, but it wasn’t until May 2013 that he stepped down amidst pressure from party leaders, including Governor Andrew Cuomo.

That case has not yet went to trial, meaning more legal fees are almost definitely inevitable.

Assemblyman Micah Kellner did not seek re-election this year after an ethics committee report found he interacted inappropriately with members of his personal staff during his time in the Assembly. Kellner has since appealed that finding.