Elizabeth (“Liz”) Soltan is an associate in Constantine Cannon’s New York Office. She practices in the firm’s whistleblower representation group. Liz’s practice is focused on representing whistleblowers under the federal False Claims Act and numerous state law equivalents, and the whistleblower programs of the Internal Revenue Service, Securities and Exchange Commission, Commodity Futures Trading Commission, and Department of Transportation. Liz is part of the legal team pursuing a qui tam case against UnitedHealth Group alleging the nation’s largest Medicare Advantage Organization for payment to the Medicare Program by improperly inflating its members’ risk scores, a practice known as risk adjustment fraud. She is also involved in Constantine Cannon’s pro bono project representing incarcerated individuals in compassionate release cases.
Liz graduated cum laude from Harvard Law School in 2019. Liz was a student attorney at the Harvard Legal Aid Bureau, where she represented clients in housing and wage theft cases and served as the Practice Group Leader for the wage practice. As a law student, Liz successfully briefed and argued a workers’ rights appeal before the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts, the state’s highest court.
Before joining Constantine Cannon, Liz completed a two-year Skadden fellowship as a Staff Attorney at Community Legal Services of Philadelphia, where she represented low-income patient families in a Medical-Legal Partnership with the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. While at Community Legal Services, Liz was on the litigation team representing Pennsylvania food stamp recipients in Gilliam v. USDA. The settlement in that case resulted in the payment of $712 million in emergency food stamp benefits to approximately 650,000 of the poorest Pennsylvania households during the Covid-19 pandemic. She also represented low-income Philadelphians in employment and public benefits matters.
Prior to law school, Liz was a 2013 Fulbright English Teaching Assistant in Malaysia and a paralegal at a Philadelphia legal nonprofit. She graduated summa cum laude from Cornell University in 2012 with a major in History and a minor in Spanish and was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa.
Liz is admitted to practice in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
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