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  • SuperLawyers: Angela Elbert, Lifting While Climbing

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    Lifting While Climbing By Nancy Shepherdson Angela Elbert has her business clients—and her community—covered Pedaling vigorously on her stationary recumbent bike at dawn, Angela Elbert gets her blood—and brain—moving by studying cutting-edge legal theories in a field that would put some attorneys back to sleep. Elbert, a partner at Neal, Gerber & Eisenberg in ...
  • SUPER LAWYERS: Powerful Presence

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    PUBLISHED IN: 2012 Illinois Super Lawyers — February 2012 Powerful Presence By Nancy Shepherdson Bruce Pfaff sways juries without raising his voice In a courtroom in downstate Tazewell County, the 8-foot-tall face of a corporate executive looms over the jury, a projection of his video deposition. The same executive is sitting ...
  • CONTINENTAL: Make Plastics, Cure Cancer

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    Chemical giant Jon Huntsman bets his personal fortune that the secret is in our genes by Nancy Shepherdson Plastics. There's a great future in plastics.” When Benjamin Braddock heard that in The Graduate in 1967, he didn’t listen. Jon Huntsman did. Huntsman Corporation, which went public in February after 35 years as a multibillion dollar ...
  • LA TIMES: Writing for Godot

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    The Bible Foretold It. The War in Iraq Proves It. The End Is Near, Says Christian Activist and Best-Selling Novelist Tim LaHaye, and He's Writing as Fast as He Can. by Nancy Shepherdson, For the Times In the beginning of the end, as Tim LaHaye tells it, millions of people ...
  • BOOK STREET USA: Plum Outrageous

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    Best-selling author Janet Evanovich scores again with unlikely bounty hunter Stephanie Plum by Nancy Shepherdson How hard can it be to capture a crook who's dead drunk and unconscious most of the time? For Stephanie Plum, lingerie-buyer-turned-bounty-hunter, it can be pretty darned challenging. Maybe she'd be better at it if ...
  • PAGES: Yorkshire Man of Mystery

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    Reginald Hill explores the murderous pecadillos of the "Texas of England" by Nancy Shepherdson People in the rest of England tend to view Yorkshiremen as a breed apart: loud, brash and too boastful by half. Throw in chowderheaded and uneducated for good measure. But as any Texan can tell you, ...
   
 
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