Bruna practices in the areas of accessibility, anti-discrimination, and education law. She has extensive hands on, high level, experience representing builders, developers, colleges and universities, sports and concert stadiums and venues, as well as restaurants and hotels to comply with federal, state, and local accessibility requirements and in ADA and Fair Housing litigation. Bruna handles disability and accessibility complaints, fair housing, sexual harassment, Title IX and retaliation complaints filed with federal and state administrative agencies.
Bruna regularly conducts accessibility construction and design compliance reviews, trains executives, managers and employees in accessibility issues and anti-discrimination laws, and provides counseling, advice, and innovative problem-solving. She also consults with her corporate clients to enhance their diversity profile and address areas for improvement. Bruna represents educational institutions in a broad range of discrimination complaints and compliance reviews, sexual misconduct cases, and in policy development and implementation. Bruna served as Chief Counsel of the Civil Rights and Conflict Resolution Section for the Arizona Attorney General's Office and was a Visiting Professor at the Sandra Day College of Law
Employment and Labor Relations
Fair Housing and Domestic Violence Alert: Nuisance Laws, Eviction Policies and Emergency Services Calls Policies May Be Discriminatory
Fair Housing Issues for Group Homes and State and Local Land Use Laws
Fight Over Enforcement of the ADA and AzDA Continues to Heat Up
Office of Civil Rights Clarifies the Application of Federal Civil Rights Laws to Charter Schools
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