Eric B. Storm

Tel: 512-999-2264
Fax: 512-276-6677



Eric Storm, founder of The Storm Law Firm, has extensive civil trial, appellate and administrative law experience. As a trial and appellate attorney at Bracewell & Giuliani, LLP  and then at Edison, McDowell & Hetherington, LLP, Eric developed first-hand experience resolving complex disputes for clients of every size and level of sophistication. His experience managing and prosecuting a large and diverse docket of cases through all phases of discovery, trial and appeal provided the type of large law firm experience needed by many of his corporate clients. That experience, coupled with his tenure as a briefing attorney at the Texas Supreme Court, has prepared him to obtain successful trial verdicts, appeals and settlements for a broad range of clients in a variety of industries.

Repeatedly recognized as a “Rising Star” by Texas Monthly magazine, Eric Storm has represented clients in civil trials, appeals and arbitrations in venues across the country. Eric has represented clients in cases invloving business disputes, financial services, construction defects, personal injury, intellectual property, employment-discrimination and whistleblower claims, toxic torts, and oil and gas cases. Mr. Storm has also promoted his clients’ interests in administrative proceedings before the Texas Comptroller, the Texas Railroad Commission, the Texas Public Utilities Commission, and county appraisal-review boards.

Eric now brings that large-firm experience to his own practice. The Storm Law firm represents appellants, plaintiffs and defendants in all types of commercial litigation matters in state and federal courts at every level.  Eric has and continues to successfully handle cases across a broad spectrum of business and law.

Mr. Storm received his law degree in 2001 from the University of Texas School of Law, where he served as an articles editor on the Texas Law Review. Following graduation, he was a briefing attorney at the Texas Supreme Court for now-Chief Justice Wallace B. Jefferson and then joined Bracewell & Giuliani LLP’s litigation team. After 10 years of practice at large and mid-sized litigation firms, Eric formed his own firm.

Active in his community, Mr. Storm has served as commissioner of Lake Travis Youth Association Soccer, president of the Austin Management Society and as a scoutmaster and cub scout leader. He is currently a youth soccer coach and a member of the Lake Travis Youth Association Soccer board.


Representative Engagements:

Cadence McShane Construction Co. v. Airco Mechanical, Ltd., Cause No. DC-10-09085, In the 250th District Court, Travis County (2012)

Falcon v. Matinee Media Corp., Cause No. DC-11-322, In the 229th District Court, Starr County, Texas (2012)

National Media Corp. v. City of Austin, Cause No. D-1-GN-10-003997, In the 345th District Court, Travis County, Texas (2012) (on appeal to the Austin Court of Appeals)

Parkburn Precision Handling Systems Ltd. v. Sigma Research, Inc., Cause No. A-05-CA-449LY, In the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Texas

Ervin v. Powers, Cause No. 2003-CI-11055, In the 73rd District Court, Bexar County, Texas (2009)

Hunt v. Benson, Cause No. GN 201343, In the 201st District Court, Travis County, Texas (2003)

For additional examples of representative engagements click here.