Strahler, Steven R.
June 2005
Crain's Chicago Business;6/27/2005, Vol. 28 Issue 26, p3
The article reports on Ted Tetzlaff, Metropolitan Pier and Exposition Authority (McPier) chairman and Peoples Energy Corp. general counsel, balancing two politically charged jobs and changing law firms. Tetzlaff, 61, will move to Ungaretti & Harris in June 2005. Landing once again on his feet, he will join his third law firm after contentious splits from others over the last two years. Tetzlaff is a volatile mix of intellect, drive and combativeness. Meanwhile, during four months as McPier's unpaid chairman, Tetzlaff has quickly immersed himself in separate talks with union leaders and potential exhibitors in an effort to reverse the exodus of key conventions.


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