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Norton Rose Fulbright appoints Susan Feigin Harris as US Co-Head of Healthcare

Global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright has appointed Houston partner Susan Feigin Harris as its US Co-Head of Healthcare. Harris joins St. Louis partner Stacey Murphy in this leadership role.
Jeff Cody, Norton Rose Fulbright’s US Managing Partner, said:
“Susan came to our firm last year with a strong reputation as an outstanding lawyer and leader, and she has far surpassed our high expectations. Susan joining Stacey to lead our healthcare team will benefit our lawyers and clients in one of our most highly regarded practices.”
Harris, who joined the firm in February 2022 alongside partner Donna Clark, represents health systems, hospitals and medical providers on a range of healthcare regulatory, transactional, government investigations and litigation matters nationwide. The most recent Chambers USA guide ranked both Harris and Clark in Band 1 in the Texas: Healthcare category, marking the 12th consecutive year for them to be honored by the legal publication.
Stacey Murphy, who serves as the firm’s Partner-in-Charge in St. Louis and Denver while co-leading its healthcare team, said:
“Collaborating with Susan this past year has led to many new client opportunities, and I look forward to working together as leaders of the healthcare team. Our firm has a rich history in healthcare, and I am confident that we can take this practice to new heights.”
Harris advises hospitals, physician groups, lab companies, post-acute providers, telehealth and healthcare innovations companies concerning a number of reimbursement, governance, operations, managed care and compliance needs. She has been a strategic advisor to children’s hospitals, in particular, concerning Medicaid managed care and Medicaid supplemental funding. Harris also regularly addresses federal and state health policy issues, works on behalf of clients with state and federal healthcare agencies on Medicare and Medicaid issues and other government funding and compliance concerns.
Harris, who was honored as one of the Houston Business Journal’s “Women Who Mean Business” in 2022 for her career achievements and community involvement, said:
“What makes Norton Rose Fulbright so special is its collaborative, friendly and sophisticated culture. These values are reflected in how we come together for the benefit of the client and in the quality work we strive to achieve for our clients. I am so pleased to join Stacey in this leadership position to further enhance our healthcare team and its continued growth in this client-focused and collegial culture.”
Licensed in Texas, Harris earned her law degree from the University of Houston Law Center and her bachelor’s degree in public policy studies and history with high honors from Duke University.

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