RPC ditches claimants in effort to protect the media

Harris, Joanne
October 2005
Lawyer;10/10/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 39, p5
Trade Publication
Reports on Reynolds Porter Chamberlain's (RPC) decision to abandon its claimant media work in a move which will see the firm's media team fight exclusively for the rights of the press in Great Britain. Difficulty experienced by RPC in avoiding conflicts of interest when taking cases on behalf of claimants suing newspapers and magazines for libel; RPC's involvement in case to change the Civil Procedure Rules on disclosure of court documents.


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