Tony Jost represents clients in various aspects of business and civil litigation, including commercial, real estate, employment and complex tort litigation in federal and state court.

He counsels clients in commercial lease drafting, negotiation and enforcement, and real estate and business acquisition and financing. Tony further advises clients as to proper selection and formation of business entities, lender documentation, franchising, state and federal business regulatory matters and general contractual matters.

Tony represents creditors in all formal bankruptcy proceedings in federal court, provides workout answers and advice on behalf of creditors, prosecutes collection claims and defends creditors in various aspects, including but not limited to fraudulent conveyance and preference claims.

He provides answers, advice and advocacy in all aspects of business, commercial and litigation affairs with specific emphasis on the finance, health care, governmental, construction, transportation and telecommunications sectors.

Tony also serves on the Firm's Management Committee (2013-present).

Community Activity

  • Boy Scouts of America - Chair, Risk Management Committee, Crossroads of America Council (1998-Present); Cubmaster Pack 504 (2007—Present)
  • Assistant Scoutmaster Troop 97 (2017-Present); Nominating Committee Hou Koda District (2010-Present)
  • Vice Precinct Committeeman, Hendricks County (2017)
  • Hulman Memorial Way Foundation - Board Member (2002-2012)
  • Indianapolis Bar Foundation - Board Member (2002-2007); Development Committee Chair
  • St. Christopher Parish – Parishioner
  • Attorney, Washington Township, Hendricks County
  • Coach of numerous youth sports teams (football, baseball, and basketball) for St. Christopher Parish, St. Michael Parish, Avon Junior Athletic Association, and the YMCA
  • Contributor to various charitable organizations and school programs

Seminars | Presentations

Tony is a frequent speaker at seminars for clients regarding industry-specific issues in the law and its affects on the specific industry.



  • Small business owners are often so busy working in their business that they neglect to work on their business. More than ever, in these complex and competitive times, businesses are forced to confront how best to provide their customers with products and services in an efficient, cost-conscious manner while simultaneously maximizing the limited time and resources they dedicate to stay abreast of laws and regulations that may have an effect on their business... READ MORE

Common Mistakes Made By Small Business Owners, RBE Blog (2016)

  • Most small business owners know how to provide their service or product in a timely, cost‑efficient manner. They are savvy entrepreneurs and have a great business sense when it comes to working with customers. However, providing a product or service is often the easiest part of running a business. The hardest part about being in business is usually tending to details that do not directly equate to sales but can most certainly result in a business’s ultimate demise... READ MORE

Practice Area Experience

  • Represented multiple multi-billion dollar creditors in all aspects of bankruptcy proceedings.
  • Defended at trial a number of lawsuits against trucking companies for claims involving personal injury and property damage.
  • Prosecuted large mechanic's lien and breach of construction contract claims on behalf of general contractors, seeking payment for construction products and services.
  • Prosecuted claims on behalf of health care providers in pursuing payment under service provider agreements and other contracts.
  • Represented banking clients in preparing and negotiating loan documents and service agreements and in prosecuting claims associated with breaches under those documents and agreements.
  • Negotiated and drafted finance, transactional and organizational documents for various clients.
  • On numerous occasions successfully defended and tried lawsuits in commercial, real estate, employment and complex litigation matters.

Rankings | Awards

  • Boy Scouts of America—Crossroads of America Council Silver Beaver Award—2017; District Award of Merit—2011; Scouter’s Key Award—2014; Cubmaster, Pack 504 (2007—Present); Assistant Scoutmaster, Troop 97 (2017—Present); Cubmaster of the Year, Hou Koda District—2015; Hou Koda District Golden Feather Award—2012
  • Indiana Super Lawyers (2012-Present)
  • Distinguished Life Fellow, Indianapolis Bar Foundation (2017)
  • Distinguished Fellow, Indianapolis Bar Foundation (2006)
  • Eagle Scout—May 17, 1984
  • Delta Theta Phi. Notes Editor, Adelphia Law Journal
  • Stanley K. Lacy Executive Leadership Series Class XXX


  • Indianapolis Bar Association
  • Hendricks County Bar Association
  • Indiana State Bar Association, House of Delegates
    • House of Delegates, Hendricks County (2010—Present)
    • Chair of Bankruptcy & Creditor Rights Section (2015—2016)
  • Illinois State Bar Association
  • American Bar Association
  • Defense Trial Counsel of Indiana
  • Defense Research Institute
  • Indiana Bankers Association
  • Indiana Mortgage Bankers Association


  • DePauw University, B.A., cum laude (1990)
  • Indiana University Maurer School of Law, J.D. (1993)

Bar Admission

  • Illinois (1994)
  • Indiana (1993)
  • U.S. Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals
  • U.S. District Courts for the Southern and Northern Districts of Indiana
  • U.S. District Courts for the Southern, Central and Northern Districts of Illinois