HOUSTON — January 2, 2019 — FisherBroyles, LLP, the first and world’s largest cloud-based law firm partnership, is pleased to announce the addition of Janna King as a partner in the firm’s Houston office and Health & Pharmacy Law practice group.

“We are thrilled to welcome Janna to FisherBroyles in our Houston office,” said FisherBroyles’ General Counsel and Managing Partner of Litigation Joel M. Ferdinand. “Our healthcare clients will benefit greatly from Janna’s deep experience, both with Big Law and in-house, representing healthcare companies and institutions with a full range of corporate matters and transactions.”

Ms. King said, “I look forward to this new adventure with FisherBroyles in Houston. Through its efficient and cost-effective Law Firm 2.0 model, FisherBroyles offers great value and a high level of service to clients with diverse and complex legal challenges in the healthcare arena.”

Ms. King represents a wide range of health care industry clients, including hospitals and health systems, outpatient rehabilitation, ambulatory surgery centers, physician practice groups, individual physicians, and home health agencies. Previously serving as general counsel for several multi-state, multi-site health care companies, Ms. King has been extensively involved in health care transactions including asset purchase, stock purchase, merger, joint venture and management services transactions. In addition, she has served as general counsel for several private equity portfolio companies and as corporate secretary for multiple boards. Ms. King’s experience also includes payor relations, credentialing, managed care contracting and billing/reimbursement matters, and development and implementation of compliance programs, plans and policies, and health care audit and risk management programs.

Most recently, Ms. King served as general counsel and chief compliance officer for Professional PT (Professional Physical Therapy) clinics headquartered in New York.

Ms. King received her J.D. from the University of Memphis and her Bachelor of Science from Mid-America University.