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Johnathan is a Partner that works between our Fareham and Chichester offices.
Johnathan read law at Southampton University and joined Glanvilles in October 2005, thereafter completing his training contract with the firm. During the course of his training contract Johnathan also concluded his Legal Practice Course at Guildford College of Law with distinction, qualifying as a solicitor in June 2009.
Based within the dispute resolution department Johnathan specialises in civil litigation and employment law. In respect of litigation Johnathan has a range of experience in many varied areas of law including contractual disputes, property disputes (for example boundary issues, residential and commercial leases and adverse possession), landlord and tenant matters, building disputes, shareholder disputes, debt recovery, insolvency related matters, partnership disputes and professional negligence.
Johnathan has acted on behalf of many clients involved in County Court, High Court and Land Registry Adjudicator proceedings and therefore if a matter progresses to formal litigation then it can be dealt with as effectively as possible. Johnathan has also used mediation extensively for both high and lower value claims as a method of resolving disputes swiftly and cost-effectively.
In addition to litigation Johnathan also specialises in both contentious and non-contentious employment law. His non-contentious experience includes the drafting of contracts, compromise agreements, service agreements, policies, procedures and TUPE issues. Turning to contentious employment Johnathan has a wide range of experience in areas such as unfair dismissal (particularly redundancy, conduct and capability issues), wrongful dismissal, maternity rights, discrimination, restrictive covenants and disciplinary and grievance matters.
Johnathan’s employment experience involves acting on behalf of both employers and employees in equal measure; such as working closely with HR managers and directors to provide either generic advice or alternatively solutions to specific issues or disputes. The scope of this work ranges from initial consultations, to pre-action correspondence, negotiations, meetings then through to the issuing and completion of Employment Tribunal proceedings.