Dispute Resolution Experts
Andrew joined Buss Murton Law in 1995 and in 2015 became the firm’s Managing Partner. He is the head of the Employment Department, acting for both employers and employees. Specialising in providing advice to employers on all aspects of employment law ranging from employment contracts for their senior executives to group redundancy arrangements; he also advises senior executives on their terms of engagement, revisions to their terms and conditions and, where necessary, negotiating their severance packages.
Andrew has experience of all forms of dispute resolution ranging from the Employment Tribunal through mediation and arbitration to High Court action.
Disciplinary and grievances
Discrimination and equal opportunities
Employment Tribunal claims
Business reorganisations and redundancy
Restrictive covenants and business protection
Maternity and paternity rights
Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations
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Jonathan graduated from the University of Portsmouth in 2009 with an upper second-class bachelor’s degree in Law with business studies.
He qualified as a Fellow Member of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives in 2019 and was promoted to partner in his previous firm in August 2019, prior to joining Buss Murton in 2022 as an Associate.
Jonathan specialises in Dispute Resolution and has a wide range of experience including in landlord and tenant disputes, property disputes, planning issues, company and commercial, consumer law, employment issues, defamation and civil harassment claims.
Jonathan takes a pragmatic approach to litigation, ensuring that the most efficient and cost effective courses are pursued.
Landlord and tenant disputes
Civil harassment claims
Richard joined Buss Murton’s Dispute Resolution in November 2023 and is based in our Tunbridge Wells office.
Richard completed a Graduate Diploma in Law in January 2023, achieving a distinction. He then took his SQE in July 2023.
Before beginning his career in law, Richard completed a History degree at Leeds University; after which he worked in marketing, business development and education management. He spent time living and working in Spain, France, Mexico and Australia.
In his free time, Richard is an avid reader, a reluctant jogger and an enthusiastic chef.
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Katie is a Trainee Solicitor who joined the Tunbridge Wells office in September 2023. Katie’s first seat within the firm will be Employment and Dispute Resolution.
Katie Graduated from Bournemouth University with a first class degree in Law. She subsequently attended the University of Law where she completed the Legal Practice Course whilst also obtaining a Masters of Law, achieving a Distinction.
During her studies, Katie worked at a local authority as a legal assistant and continues to enjoy working with various animal charities.