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Andrew M. Stone, Esquire


Andrew M. Stone, with over twenty years of experience representing whistleblowers, has achieved significant results for his clients in whistleblower actions and complex litigation.

Telephone: (412) 391-2005


Andrew M. Stone is the principal and founder of Stone Law Firm, LLC, a Pittsburgh-based law firm dedicated to representing whistleblower clients in qui tam cases brought under the federal and state false claims acts and agency whistleblower programs.


Since 1995, Attorney Stone has been dedicated to representing whistleblowers in qui tam cases. Throughout his career, he has conducted thorough investigations and actively pursued legal action in dozens of qui tam cases.

He is co-lead counsel in United States ex rel. Bookwalter v. UPMC et al., an unsealed case involving allegations of violations of the Stark Law.

Attorney Stone was also co-lead counsel in the groundbreaking cases that ushered in a new era of enforcement of the Stark and Anti-Kickback Laws through the aggressive application of the federal False Claims Act. These cases include United States ex rel. Emanuele v. Hamot et al., United States ex rel. Kosenske v. HMA, United States ex rel. Singh v. Bradford Regional Medical Center et al., United States ex rel. Bartlett v Ashcroft et al., and United States ex rel. Armfield v. Gills et al.

Attorney Stone is a member of the Criminal Justice Section of the ABA, the Qui Tam section of the Federal Bar Association, and The Anti-Fraud Coalition (TAF), formerly known as Taxpayers Against Fraud. TAF is a public interest organization dedicated to defending and empowering whistleblowers who expose fraud on the government and the financial markets.

Attorney Stone frequently presents at state and national conferences and served as an advisor to the Allegheny County Council in the drafting and enactment of the Allegheny County False Claims Ordinance.  

Mr. Stone graduated from the American University Washington College of Law, and the University of Michigan.

Bar Admissions

Commonwealth of Pennsylvania

Supreme Court of the United States

Third Circuit, Court of Appeals

Sixth Circuit, Court of Appeals

United States Tax Court

U.S. District Court Western District of Pennsylvania

U.S. District Court Middle District of Pennsylvania

U.S. District Court District of Colorado


American University Washington College of Law

University of Michigan

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