Max Voldman is an associate in Constantine Cannon’s Washington, DC office. Mr. Voldman’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. Max was selected to the Washington, DC Super Lawyers Rising Stars list in 2019.
Mr. Voldman has particular experience in combatting fraud in the healthcare industry. He is part of the legal team pursuing a qui tam case against UnitedHealth Group alleging the nation’s largest Medicare Advantage Organization submitted false claims for payment to the Medicare Program by improperly inflating its members’ risk scores. Mr. Voldman also has experience analyzing complex data sets, developing damages models, and assisting with statistical analyses. He has also published numerous articles on issues of healthcare law, whistleblower programs, and environmental issues.
Mr. Voldman also represented a former Vice President of Visiting Nurse Service of New York, one of the nation’s largest home health care agencies, in a federal False Claims Act suit alleging the company defrauded Medicare and Medicaid by routinely failing to provide patients the care prescribed by their doctors. In Summer 2020, Visiting Nurse Services of New York agreed to pay $57 million to resolve these allegations.
Mr. Voldman received his J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center. During law school, Mr. Voldman served as a research assistant on taxation to Professor John Brooks and as the Symposium Editor for the Journal of Law and Public Policy.
Prior to law school, Mr. Voldman completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Illinois, where he was a member of the Mathematics Honors Society and graduated with a degree in Actuarial Science and a Minor in Business. Mr. Voldman also worked in State Farm’s actuarial science department and coached the debate team for a high school in Illinois, including one team that won the State Championship.
Mr. Voldman is fluent in Russian and admitted to practice in the State of Illinois, the District of Columbia, the United States District Court for the District of Columbia, and the United States District Court for the District of Colorado.
Whistleblower attorneys Gordon Schnell and Max Voldman were published in Fortune, The Theranos saga underlines the need to expand whistleblower reward programs.Read More
Whistleblower attorneys Gordon Schnell and Max Voldman were published in Newsweek, Whistleblowers are Key to Reining in Prescription Drug Costs (March 17, 2022).Read More