Mr. Brunet's practice is focused on labor and employment issues, and he counsels clients on workplace issues including discrimination, harassment, employee restrictive covenants, employee training, wage-and-hour requirements, termination and policy creation and implementation.
He is a member of Garvey Schubert Barer hospitality, travel and tourism practice group.
Mr. Brunet represents employers in litigation and administrative inquiries in multiple venues.
In addition, he assists in the resolution of civil cases, including corporation and partnership disputes, real estate litigation, landlord/tenant issues and eminent domain.
Mr. Brunet was named a "Rising Star" by peers in Washington Law & Politics magazine, 2009-2011.
He is a graduate of Wesleyan University (BA, 2000) and the University of Virginia School of Law (JD, 2004).