RPC hires new Head of Tax Disputes

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Reynolds Porter Chamberlain LLP (RPC) has announced a major new lateral hire: Partner,[private] Jonathan Levy.

Jonathan joins as a Partner from Berwin Leighton Paisner to head up the firm’s market leading Tax Disputes practice.

He has been a Partner at Berwin Leighton Paisner since January 2008, having run his own specialist tax disputes boutique, Levy Watters, for the previous five years. Before that he was Head of Tax Litigation at Ernst & Young, which he joined after ten years with what was then the Inland Revenue Solicitor’s Office, including a spell there as Deputy Head of the International Tax Group.

He is recognised as a leader in his field by The Legal 500 and will lead RPC’s dedicated five-strong tax disputes team.

Jonathan Watmough, RPC’s Managing Partner, said: “We’re absolutely thrilled Jonathan is joining. Tax Disputes has been a fast growing area of core business for RPC for several years now, and it is important to us that this growth continues. In Jonathan we have secured a natural leader with the profile and energy to help propel the team to even greater heights.”[/private]

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