Tony Sullivan advises on air, water and other environmental matters, including solid waste and Superfund issues, underground storage tanks and asbestos concerns. After three decades of practice, Tony remains committed to creativity and resourcefulness when it comes to problem-solving, and advocacy and negotiation that is fair, balanced and achieves his client’s desired result.
Tony’s practice involves environmental litigation, counseling and negotiation. In addition to appearing before federal courts, state courts and administrative courts on behalf of his clients, he has participated in numerous negotiating sessions with governmental agencies, taking the lead role in finding actionable solutions that can satisfy all the parties concerned.
Many of Tony’s clients are faced with evolving technological and regulatory change. In response, he seeks to help them navigate the new terrain by providing forward-thinking advice and actively cultivating and maintaining positive relationships with regulators.
Tony has spoken extensively about environmental law and has published a variety of articles. He regularly speaks on environmental matters at various seminars, typically discussing issues related to the Clean Air Act and Clean Water Act. A prolific writer, Tony publishes articles on a variety of environmental law subjects, and has participated extensively in developing the chapter describing environmental law in Indiana included in Matthew Bender’s treatise entitled the Environmental Law Practice Guide.
Professional and Community Involvement
Member, Indiana State Bar Association Environmental Law Section
Member, Indianapolis Bar Association Environmental Law Section
Member, Indiana Manufacturers Association Environment Section
Member, Indiana Chamber of Commerce Environment Section
Member, Air and Waste Management Association (AWMA)
Board of directors and speaker, Manufacturers' Education Council (MEC)
The Best Lawyers in America, 2008-2020
Chambers USA, 2015 to present