BBC counsel switches back to old firm RPC
Reynolds Porter Chamberlain (RPC) has boosted its media group with the hire of BBC in-house counsel Jaron Lewis. Lewis, who previously worked at RPC before switching to the BBC in 2000, will join the City firm as co-head of its media practice. He will work alongside incumbent head Liz Hartley, with whom he set up the firm's contentious media practice in 1997.
Reynolds Porter Chamberlain (RPC) has boosted its media group with the hire of BBC in-house counsel Jaron Lewis.
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