Gibson Dunn May Be Forced To Give Up Bridgegate Docs

Law360, New York (April 8, 2014, 8:40 PM EDT) -- The public nature of a Gibson Dunn report clearing New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie in the Bridgegate scandal could hamper arguments that materials from the internal investigation are protected from disclosure if lawmakers who met Tuesday move to subpoena them, attorneys told Law360.

Late last month, Gibson Dunn issued its 344-page report on September's politically tainted closure of George Washington Bridge Access lanes amid separate probes by federal prosecutors and a New Jersey legislative committee. The Joint Select Investigative Committee didn't issue any new subpoenas Tuesday but its special counsel, Reid Schar of Jenner & Block LLP, is working with Gibson...

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