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. Andrew specialises 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.
He 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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Katie joined Buss Murton in May 2019. She qualified as a Solicitor in 2006.
Katie deals with a broad range of contentious matters involving both individual and corporate clients. She also has extensive experience in regulatory professional discipline.
Katie has experience of dealing with breach of contract disputes, professional negligence claims and debt recovery.
She also has experience in advising both landlords and tenants in property disputes involving both commercial and residential properties. Katie is able to advise clients in respect of contested lease extensions and collective enfranchisement.
She also advises on disputes involving land including boundary disputes and adverse possession claims.
Katie has been responsible for investigating and preparing professional discipline cases on behalf of the largest global accountancy regulator. She is able to advise individuals in relation to their regulatory obligations in the wider context. Her experience extends through the initial investigatory stages, interim order, substantive hearings and appeals.
Emily is a third seat Trainee Solicitor in the Litigation Department. She completed her first seat in the Private Client Department and second in Commercial Property.
Emily graduated with her Law LLB degree from Oxford Brookes University in 2016. During her time at University she led a Pro-Bono scheme between the University and HMP Springhill. Emily visited the prison once a week to help the prisoners enrol onto external practical and educational courses and work towards gaining their full licence.
Between finishing her undergraduate degree and starting the LPC, she spent just over a year working for the Health and Safety team at Kennedys London office as a litigation assistant. Her role was to support fee earners in their work defending companies and individuals prosecuted by the HSE.
Emily completed her LPC at the University of Law, Bloomsbury with a Commendation in June 2018. She also completed the LLM alongside her LPC gaining a Commendation.
Emily began her training contract in September 2018.