Andrew Stockment focuses his practice on intellectual property and technology, cybersecurity and data privacy, and corporate and business law. He advises clients regarding the preparation and negotiation of contracts and the formation, operation, purchase, finance, and sale of businesses and non-profit organizations. Andrew enjoys working with startups and established companies to form and grow their businesses and develop, protect, and license their intellectual property and technology assets. Andrew counsels clients regarding information governance and data security and privacy issues, and he assists organizations with cybersecurity incident response and data breach notification compliance.
Andrew regularly publishes and speaks on intellectual property, technology, and cybersecurity issues, and he has been selected to the 2013-2017 Virginia Rising Stars lists by Super Lawyers and has received the Emerson G. Spies Award from The Virginia Bar Association. He currently serves on the VBA Intellectual Property and Information Technology Law Section Council and the VBA Board of Governors, and he is the Chair of the VBA Young Lawyers Division.
Before becoming an attorney, Andrew worked as a software engineer for a publicly traded healthcare information technology company and owned a website development business for several years. He graduated from the University of Virginia School of Law, where he served on the Editorial Board of the Virginia Law Review and the Managing Board of the Virginia Journal of Social Policy & the Law.
Andrew is married to Martha Montague Stockment, a Charlottesville native. They are active members of Trinity Presbyterian Church and enjoy spending time with their daughter, hiking, and watching University of Virginia Men's Basketball.
University of Virginia School of Law
Virginia Law Review, Editorial Board
Virginia Journal of Social Policy & the Law, Managing Board
Florida State University
B.S., magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa, Management Information Systems and Political Science, 2004