The $1.1 million in fees that Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher billed to New Jersey for the firm’s Bridgegate investigation may be just the first installment, acting state Attorney General John Hoffman told legislators at a hearing on Monday.
Assembly Budget Committee Vice Chairman Gordon Johnson, D-Bergen, asked if the New York firm is expected to bill more for its work.
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