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Reynolds Porter Chamberlain (RPC) has appointed a chief executive officer for its nascent Asia practice to lead the development of the regional base.
Reynolds Porter Chamberlain (RPC) is set to launch in Hong Kong in August with a 40-member team led by five partners.
RPC has successfully defended Associated Newspapers in the first media harassment case to go to trial, after the newspaper group was sued by the partner of MP Chris Huhne, Carina Trimingham.
Phone-hacking victims’ lawyer Charlotte Harris is taking on another newspaper group in a case of alleged harassment by the press.
Reynolds Porter Chamberlain (RPC) is to expand its recently opened Singapore office with the transfer of legal director Jeremy Hewitt from London to lead a regional financial lines practice.
Reynolds Porter Chamberlain (RPC) has bolstered its insurance practice with the hire of Victoria Sheratt as partner.
Liverpool-headquarted insurance specialist Silverbeck Rymer has boosted its team with the appointment of Robert Fielding as its first-ever managing director.
The Olswang partner who advised News International against allegations of phone-hacking is advising a group of Apple users who claim that Google secretly tracked their browsing habits between September 2011 and February 2012.
The Court of Appeal has allowed a claimant to depart from her stated costs budget in the first case to test budgeting in defamation proceedings.
RPC has won a three-way pitch to advise Ofcom on the bidding process for the auction of 4G mobile broadband bandwidth.
RPC is preparing to bring a multi-million pound claim for Indian businessman Manmohan Varma against Britain’s richest man, Lakshmi Mittal, on a conditional fee arrangement (CFA).
RPC is set to bulk up its corporate practice with the hire of a three-partner City team from Wragge & Co including former managing partner Richard Haywood and current corporate chief Maurice Dwyer.
Over 100 mature students and career changers attended Lawyer2B’s Not Too Late For Law event last night to learn how to carve out a career in the law.
RPC is to restructure its media practice into the intellectual property group following the exit of media head Jaron Lewis.
Lockton International general counsel Charlotte Taggart has left the broker for private practice, becoming a corporate insurance partner at RPC.
Mr Justice Tugendhat has slammed a claimant who attempted to sue London Evening Standard journalist Andrew Gilligan calling the case an “attempt at extortion”.
Reed Smith’s Hong Kong office has appointed Stephenson Harwood partner Jason Toms to its global shipping group.
Morrison & Foerster has boosted its Tokyo practice with a number of finance hires from the Toyko office of US firm Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom.
Stephenson Harwood has added to its international arbitration practice with the hire of Reed Smith London partner Shai Wade.
Stephenson Harwood has added another three City partners including a further two from SNR Denton as the firm continues its lateral hiring trend.
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