Emily Stabile

Ms. Stabile represents whistleblowers in qui tam cases under the False Claims Act as well as whistleblower claims with the Securities and Exchange Commission and the IRS.

Emily Stabile, an associate with Phillips & Cohen, has worked on qui tam cases involving healthcare fraud, government procurement fraud and fraud in the mortgage industry.

She also handles whistleblower claims filed under the whistleblower programs of the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Internal Revenue Service.

Ms. Stabile played an important role in the complex whistleblower case against Office Depot, which alleged that the office supply giant overcharged more than 1,000 California cities, counties, school districts and other government entities. Office Depot paid $68.5 million to settle the qui tam case.

She was instrumental in a qui tam case against Medicare Advantage provider Kaiser Foundation Health Plan of Washington (formerly known as Group Health Cooperative) that settled for $6.3 million. The whistleblower lawsuit, which the government joined, alleged Group Health submitted invalid diagnoses codes to Medicare to get inflated reimbursements.

As part of her SEC whistleblower practice, Ms. Stabile represented a whistleblower who was awarded $1.6 million by the SEC for alerting the agency to an ongoing fraudulent scheme and providing extensive assistance in the SEC investigation.

Ms. Stabile is the author of several articles on whistleblower matters and is a co-author of Tax Whistleblower Laws and Programs, which is part of Bloomberg’s Tax Management Portfolios.

She joined Phillips & Cohen after graduating from Berkeley Law at the University of California.

While in law school, she worked as a law clerk for the Human Rights Commission for San Francisco. She also volunteered at the East Bay Community Law Center Tenants’ Rights Workshop in Berkeley, California.

Currently, Ms. Stabile serves on the board of Taxpayers Against Fraud’s Young Lawyers Division. She is admitted to the bar in California.


  • “NJ, NY pain management clinics pay $7.4 million to settle Medicare fraud case,” My Central Jersey, January 13, 2022.
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