Employment law for employees

Collyer Bristow further strengthens employment law offering with Partner recruitment

Law firm Collyer Bristow has today announced Andrew Granger, a senior employment lawyer from Taylor Wessing, has joined the firm as a Partner.



Andrew has expertise in all aspects of contentious and non-contentious employment law work (especially recruitment, dismissals, restructuring, trade unions, employee relations, discrimination, investigations, confidential information, restrictive covenants, M&A, and contract negotiations). His practice covers many areas of UK and international business. Bolstering the firm’s areas of specialism Andrew has particular expertise in advising clients within banking, construction, media and working with recognised brands.

Andrew read law at Cambridge University and has specialised in employment law since qualifying as a solicitor and joining Taylor Wessing in 1985. In 1996 Andrew set up the Employment and Pensions department at Taylor Wessing, serving as both Head of department and a member of the firm’s Executive Board until 2004.

Head of Collyer Bristow’s employment team, Tania Goodman, says of the recruitment: “We are delighted to welcome Andrew to the firm. Our focus on ambitious businesses, the City and senior individuals has seen strong growth for the team over the last year, and with a Partner of Andrew’s calibre and experience we expect this to continue and flourish. Andrew will further enhance our ability to deliver service excellence and an individualised approach to our clients, and we are excited to have him join the team”.

Of his joining Collyer Bristow, Andrew Granger says: “It is a particularly exciting time to be joining Collyer Bristow. As well as the firm’s long-standing reputation in the legal market, I am enthused by the firm’s broad range of clients and its ambitious plans for the future. I look forward to contributing to the firm’s ongoing success”





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