Storm’s practice primarily lies in the area of labor and employment law. Prior to joining Boardman Clark, Storm was an attorney with a local Madison law firm, where he advised and represented clients in a variety of civil issues including general liability defense and labor and employment law.
Prior to graduating law school and starting his practice, Storm served as a judicial intern for the Honorable William Conley as well as the Honorable Ann Walsh Bradley.
Presentations, Publications, & Contributions
- Author, "Due Process and the Involuntary Intoxication Defense", Wisconsin Lawyer, February 2019
- Co-Author, "Sex Discrimination: Old Problem, New Scrutiny Wisconsin Lawyer", April 2020
- Author, "Seventh Circuit Expands Associational Disability Discrimination During Pandemic", Labor and Employment Law Blog, December 2020
- Author, "The Equal Rights Amendment: Then and Now", Wisconsin Lawyer, March 2021
- Author, "Seventh Circuit Acknowledges Unresolved Causation Standard Under ADA", Labor and Employment Law Blog, March 2021
- Author, "Exempting Private Campgrounds from Civil Liability", Wisconsin Civil Trial Journal, March 2021
- Author, “Staying on the right side of the law”, forwardHR, Fall 2021
- J.D., University of Wisconsin Law School, 2018
- B.A., University of Wisconsin – La Crosse, 2015, Highest Honors
Admitted to Practice
- Wisconsin State Courts
- United States District Court for the Western District of Wisconsin
- Wisconsin Defense Counsel
- Western District Bar Association
- Dane County Bar Association
- American Bar Association
Storm’s Latest Writing & Presentations
Municipal Law Newsletter | 01.28.22
A recent decision from the Wisconsin Supreme Court restricts a municipality's ability to challenge tax determinations rendered by a local board of review. In State of Wisconsin ex rel. City of Waukesha v. City of Waukesha Board of Review, 2021 WI 89, the Wisconsin Supreme Court unanimously held that the City of Waukesha (“the City”) was not entitled to seek certiorari review of a tax assessment determination of the City’s Board of Review (“the Board”).