Here’s a job that’ll never be dull: Relativity Media — still working its way through Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection — just named Andrew Levin to oversee its legal and human resources efforts as the company’s President of Legal. He’ll report to CEO Ryan Kavanaugh.

Levin comes to Relativity from T-Mobile USA, where he was SVP Government Affairs. Prior to that he was Chief Legal Officer & Secretary at iHeart Media (formerly Clear Channel). He helped to manage the radio giant’s $24 billion auction and sale to private-equity firms, as well as the $2.5 billion spinoff and IPO of Live Nation.

He also was  Democratic Senior Communications and Technology Counsel at the U.S. House Energy Committee.

Kavanaugh calls him “an accomplished attorney and senior strategist with an outstanding track record.” The CEO adds that expects to “emerge from Chapter 11 with an incredibly strong collection of assets including film, scripted television, digital, branded entertainment, music and sports.”