“When circumstances require a formidable legal advocate, Mia Storm is our first call. Mia embodies the qualities you seek in a legal representative during any legal dispute: tenacity, unwavering determination, and meticulous attention to detail. Her extensive litigation experience shines not only in her aggressive approach to legal proceedings but also in effectively managing disputes from the very beginning. Mia’s ability to promptly identify key issues empowers clients to make informed and strategic decisions, ensuring the best possible path forward.”

- WSH Client

“Having Ms. Storm on my legal team gave me great confidence. Her expertise in VC funds allowed us to challenge the establishment and require honest full disclosures. Without her, I would have sacrificed millions of dollars.”

- WSH Client

“Mia Storm has been a strong advocate for our business interests having represented us in several complex litigation matters. Mia takes ownership of her client’s disputes and develops a thorough understanding of the underlying facts and issues. Mia has a direct and no-nonsense approach to problem solving and litigation.”

- WSH Client

Mia is a fourth-generation trial lawyer. Her litigation training started a young age. She spent her summers working in a small-town litigation office starting in junior high. She also worked her way through law school, often skipping class to attend depositions and hearings, fascinated by the real-life puzzle of business litigation.

Today, Mia has a diverse practice with a focus on business disputes of all types. Her clients range from individuals and small businesses, up to Fortune 500 companies. Mia’s clients consistently praise her attention to detail, her focus on learning her client’s business and case, as well as her ability to obtain the information required to reach resolution of their dispute. Mia is particularly adept at fact-finding, strategy, and courtroom advocacy. Mia takes a common-sense approach to facts and evidence that resonates with judges, juries and colleagues alike.

Outside the Office

Mia and her husband, Hunter, live in Austin with their two busy toddlers. Mia is an avid Longhorn fan. While in college, Mia cheered on the field during two national championship games. When she’s not at work, she can be found spending time with her family, watching Longhorn football, or restoring a 19th century home in the small, Central Texas town where she and Hunter grew up.

Representative Cases
  • Represented numerous parties in complex divorces and trials involving significant assets and issues involving complex tracing, family-limited partnerships, corporate buy-sell agreements, breach of fiduciary duty claims between husband and wife and international property disputes.
  • Represented numerous LLC members, partners, shareholders, owners in inter-company disputes, including breach of fiduciary duty, self-dealing, fraud, mismanagement, business divorce, dissolution, and board disputes.
  • Defended wide range of employers, throughout Texas and the United States, in cases involving allegations of discrimination, harassment, workers’ compensation retaliation, FLSA violations and other claims arising out of the employee/employer relationship.
  • Represented and advised clients in disputes related to real estate transactions, including but not limited to suits involving multifamily development, homeowner association disputes, environmental disputes, partition suits, construction defects and premises liability.
  • Represented clients on both sides through successful certification and decertification of class and collective actions.
  • Prosecuted and defended range of entities in disputes over non-competition, non-solicitation, and non-disclosure agreements, as well as allegations of breach of fiduciary duty and misappropriation of trade secrets.
  • Represented multiple parties in complex estate litigation involving significant assets, issues involving complex tracing, family-limited partnerships, trusts, corporate buy-sell agreements and breach of fiduciary duty claims.
  • Represented clients on all sides of Title IX matters involving sexual misconduct procedures in a university context.
  • Represented real estate development and investment companies in disputes over entitlements, land use, and site development, through all appellate levels.
Honors & Distinctions
  • Texas Rising Star, 2017 – 2021, Thomson Reuters Legal
  • Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch recognition for Commercial Litigation, 2023-2024
Professional Memberships
  • State Bar of Texas, Member
  • Texas Bar Foundation Fellow
  • Travis County Women Lawyer Foundation Invited Fellow
  • J.D., University of Texas Law School
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