Timothy A. Haley is a partner in the Environmental Department in Barnes & Thornburg LLP’s Indianapolis, Indiana office.
Mr. Haley focuses his practice on regulatory issues arising from environmental laws. These issues include planning and diligence in business and real estate transactions, permitting, administrative rulemaking proceedings, administrative enforcement defense and other administrative or civil litigation. Mr. Haley also advises clients during acquisitions of potentially environmentally impaired properties, and on compliance issues associated with solid and hazardous waste management and disposal, storm water management, flood plain development, and wetlands development and permitting. Mr. Haley is a member of Barnes & Thornburg’s Construction Law, Agriculture and Food, Compliance, and Policyholder Insurance Recovery and Counseling Group practice groups.
Mr. Haley also serves as Barnes & Thornburg’s representative to the American Society for Testing and Materials E50 Committee, where he actively participates in negotiating and drafting ASTM standards and guides associated with brownfields or other environmentally impaired properties, including ASTM’s Standard Guide for Identifying and Complying with Continuing Obligations,(E2790-11), Standard Practice for Performing Phase I Environmental Site Assessments (E 1527-13), ASTM’s Standard Guide for performing Vapor Encroachment Screens (E 2600-10).
Articles in the National Law Review database by Timothy A. Haley