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Jul. 31, 2008

Thinking Locally, Acting Globally

Clif Bar General Counsel Bruce Lymburn found a way to combine his love of business law and real estate law with an environmental purpose.

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      Clif Bar Inc. founder Gary Erickson whipped up the first tasty snack bar for the company in his mother's kitchen in the early 1990s. By the time the company's general counsel, Bruce Lymburn, joined in 2004, the Berkeley company had about 40 employees and was earning $10 million to 20 million in net income per year. Last year Clif brought in $175 million in net income and counted 220 employe... (continued)

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