Tony Wendtland practices law from his office in Sheridan Wyoming. Tony started practicing law in Sheridan, in May 1989 after clerking for the Wyoming Supreme Court following law school. Tony is married with two adult children. Tony came to Wyoming in 1975 when his father, a trust banker, began working for Wyoming National Bank in Casper, Wyoming. Tony grew up in Casper, completing high school at Natrona County High School. His family spent their summers in the Dubois, Wyoming area where Tony and his father and brother started and operated the Whiskey Mt. Tackle Shop and fishing guiding service. Tony has always been an avid fly fisherman, backpacker, hiker and hunter. He continues to spend time outside doing things all over Wyoming whenever he can with his family and friends. Tony's practice reflects his interests in Wyoming people, places and issues. Although his practice tends to center around litigation of complex commercial and real property issues, it also includes work on issues of administrative law, eminent domain claims and defense and large ranch and business transactional work for various Wyoming businesses. Tony grew up in Wyoming and has spent his entire professional life practicing for clients all over Wyoming and in southern Montana.