Allison Miller-Mouer

Allison Miller-Mouer is a trial lawyer who represents both defendants and plaintiffs in complex commercial litigation. Allison has focused her practice on business torts and contract disputes in a wide variety of industries including transportation, energy and health care. With more than a decade of courtroom experience, she has tried numerous cases as lead and second-chair trial counsel in both state and federal court. She also has significant experience handling all aspects of pretrial matters, including case evaluation, motion and hearing practice, witness preparation, depositions, discovery and alternative dispute resolution.

Allison’s practice has expanded to include counseling companies on the day-to-day handling of a broad range of legal and business matters relating to contracts, acquisitions, governance and internal operations. Allison is uniquely qualified to foresee potential legal issues and assist clients in avoiding and mitigating potential liabilities and lawsuits. Drawing on her litigation experience, Allison excels at the careful drafting of business agreements and brokering business-wise solutions before a lawsuit is filed. When disputes cannot be avoided, however, Allison doggedly pursues her clients’ goals, be it, a quick resolution or a trial on the merits.

Allison has been named to the Texas Rising Stars list published by Super Lawyers, a Thomson Reuters publication and rating service, for the last eight years (2010 – 2017). Before entering private practice, Allison served as a law clerk to the Honorable Earl S. Hines, United States District Court, Eastern District of Texas.

Allison joined The Mouer Law Firm in January 2015. Allison was previously a partner at Connelly Baker Wotring, LLP, a boutique litigation firm in Houston.

Allison graduated with a B.S. from Northwestern University in 1999, and with a J.D., cum laude, from Pepperdine University, School of Law in 2002. Allison is admitted to practice in Texas and California, the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit and the United States District Courts for the Southern and Eastern Districts of Texas.