Jennifer Borg recalls a 3 a.m. email exchange with a reporter from The Record years ago, when the reporter was up late parsing through a series of emails having to do with unexplained lane closures at the George Washington Bridge, and Borg was rising early to work on an unrelated brief.

The term “Bridgegate” was soon to become part of the lexicon in New Jersey and beyond. Borg, who at the time was general counsel and vice president of North Jersey Media Group Inc., said advising coverage of the scandal, and handling the public-records litigation that followed, amounted to the purest form of practice for any media lawyer.

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