Paul V. Storm

Partner, Intellectual Property
3000 Thanksgiving Tower
1601 Elm Street
Dallas, Texas 75201
t 214.999.4701 f 214.999.3701
3000 One American Center
600 Congress Avenue
Austin, Texas 78701
t 512.542.7101 f 512.542.7100

 Recognized, The Best Lawyers in America
(Steven Naifeh & Gregory White Smith eds.,
Woodward/White, Inc.)


Paul Storm has over 20 years of national and global experience in patent, trademark, copyright and trade secret procurement, counseling and litigation across a wide range of industries. Most of Paul’s practice involves litigation at the trial and appellate levels, as well as in arbitration. Clients value Paul’s ability to explain what is going on in a matter in business terms, as well as his pragmatic, 360-degree perspective of claims developed from his experience representing both plaintiffs and defendants.

He has handled complex cases in the federal courts of California, Delaware, Florida, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia and Wisconsin, and in the state courts of Delaware, Virginia and Texas. Top clients currently include:

  • Rackspace
  • Anheuser-Busch
  • Freeman Decorating Co.

Prior to joining Gardere, Paul was the founding partner of Storm LLP, a full service IP boutique with an emphasis on IP litigation.

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