Mr. Storch has advised individuals, families, organizations and businesses in the United States and abroad. He has assisted Audit, Special Litigation and Derivative Claims Review committees of public and private companies in conducting investigations concerning broker-dealer, accounting and other SEC regulations, and nuclear regulatory, anti-bribery and export controls compliance and has assisted corporate boards in addressing government contracting and foreign ownership rules. Mr. Storch has served as a corporate director in the oil refining and in the broadcast television industries. He is one of the 2011 recipients of the Berkeley Pioneers in Television award. He has been appointed as a Bankruptcy Examiner, Special Master, Mediator and SEC Fund Administrator. His government legal service included the Departments of State and Energy. He has served as an Independent Consultant pursuant to SEC settlement order. Mr. Storch has been a member of the Army Science Board and the Department of Defense Advisory Panel on Government Industry Relations. He has served as counsel to the Secretary of State's Advisory Panel on Overseas Security and as counsel to the Inspector General of the United States Synthetic Fuels Corporation. He currently serves as a director of the America Georgia Business Council and as a member of the Nasdaq Delisting Hearing Panel.
Association of the Bar of the City of New York
American Society of International Law (Audit Committee, 2010-2017)
1974 - J.D., Harvard Law School
1971 - S.B., S.M., Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Mr. Storch has served as a member of MIT's Board of Trustees and MIT's Visiting Committee for the Department of Nuclear Engineering. He is a former member of The Commission on MIT Education. Storch, Laurence | MIT ArchivesSpace
Mr. Storch is admitted to practice in the District of Columbia and New York. He has also been admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court, United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, for the District of Columbia Circuit, for the Second Circuit, for the Fourth Circuit, the Court of Federal Claims, United States District Courts for the District of Columbia, the District of Maryland, the District of Massachusetts, the Eastern District of New York, the Southern District of New York and the Northern District of Ohio, and the United States Courts of International Trade and for the Armed Forces.