Lawyers with the firm also have been responding to subpoenas. The invoices list tasks that refer to reviewing and redacting documents.
Also on Friday, the state released invoices from firms representing state employees who have received subpoenas related to the closures, which have been under review by state lawmakers and the U.S. Attorney’s Office. The invoices totaled more than $670,000. The names of employees are redacted from the invoices.
The legislative committee investigating the lane closures also has lawyers billing the state, at a cost of more than $700,000 through March.
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