Partner-in-Charge of Taft's Chicago office. Tony's practice focuses on major commercial real estate transactions and on private equity venture capital matters.
Tony entered the practice of law as an associate with Sidley & Austin in 1979,
concentrating in real estate. In 1984, he became Vice President and General
Counsel of The Broadacre Companies, a real estate developer with offices in
Chicago and San Francisco, while remaining Of Counsel to Sidley & Austin with an active practice in real estate and venture capital matters. In 1989, as part of a reorganization of The Broadacre Companies, Tony became the President of
Broadacre Partners, Inc., with responsibility for the management of the North Pier Chicago mixed-use development. In 1992, he returned to Sidley & Austin as a partner, before joining Shefsky & Froelich in 1995, where he was Chief Operating Officer prior to the merger with Taft.
Harvard Law School (1979),
MacMurray College (B.S., summa
cum laude, Political Science) (1976)