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Renowned Healthcare Lawyer Henry Fenton Starts Healthcare Law Firm Fenton Law Group

LOS ANGELES, March 24, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Renowned healthcare lawyer Henry Fenton, along with a core group of lawyers previously with healthcare law firm Fenton Nelson, have formed Fenton Law Group. Joining Henry Fenton are Beth Kase, Benjamin Fenton, Nicholas Jurkowitz, Marissa Kase Segal, Dennis Lee and Thomas Douvan.  The firm will build on the Fenton reputation as one of the leading healthcare law firms in the nation.

Beth Kase will chair Fenton Law Group's transactional practice.  For the past 25 years, Ms. Kase has provided regulatory healthcare advice to clients and structured numerous healthcare business deals.  She is the former chair of the Los Angeles County Bar Association Healthcare Law Section, and brings a wealth of transactional and regulatory experience to Fenton Law Group.

"From complex litigation and compliance to license defense and transactions, Fenton Law Group will build on the Fenton brand to help healthcare industry companies and individuals develop preventative and proactive legal strategies," says Henry Fenton, Fenton Law Group's Managing Partner.

For the past 30 years, Henry Fenton has represented hundreds of physicians, medical groups and other healthcare providers, and has established precedent setting case law in areas such as medical staff privileges, Medicare/Medi-Cal audits, and HMO and PPO Credentialing.  Fenton Law Group lawyers have accolades from Martindale Hubbell ("AV Preeminent") to U.S. News and World Report ("Best Lawyers") to Los Angeles Magazine ("Southern California Super Lawyers" and "Rising Stars").

The remaining attorneys who did not join Henry Fenton are now providing legal services under the name Nelson Hardiman.

SOURCE Fenton Law Group

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