Arthur W. Brumett II

Shareholder
Cleveland
1375 East Ninth Street
One Cleveland Center, 10th Floor
Cleveland, OH 44114
P 216.615.4856
F 216.623.0134
P 216.615.4856 | F 216.623.0134



Overview

Mr. Brumett's practice focuses on representing employers. Mr. Brumett provides consultation services for employers regarding day-to-day human resources matters, drafting and revising employee handbooks, along with advising clients on other workplace policy and procedure issues. He also represents employers in litigation in both state and federal courts, as well as before the EEOC, OCRC, OSHA, MSHA and NLRB.  In addition, Mr. Brumett represents employers in all phases of workers’ compensation claims, both administratively and in court.

Mr. Brumett has written several articles regarding updates in the areas of employment and workers’ compensation law. He is also a frequent speaker giving presentations to clients, business associations, and third-party administrators on various employment and workers’ compensation topics.

Services

Education

  1. Wright State University, B.A., History & Political Science
    • cum laude
  2. Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, J.D.

Credentials

Bar Admissions
  1. Ohio
Court Admissions
  1. U.S. District Court, Northern District of Ohio
  2. U.S. District Court, Southern District of Ohio

Affiliations

Professional Affiliations
  • Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association
  • Ohio State Bar Association
     

Insights

  1. Alerts
    DOL Updates FFCRA Regulations, Effective 9/16/2020, in Response to Federal Court Decision (Sep 15, 2020)
    EEOC Acknowledges Limitations to Its Enforcement Powers in Recent Opinion Letter (Sep 14, 2020)
    EEOC Provides Additional Guidance on ADA Compliance During COVID-19 (Sep 9, 2020)
    Federal District Court Judge Denies Request to Enjoin the Enactment of New Title IX Rule (Aug 17, 2020)
    Federal Court Strikes Down DOL's FFCRA Regulations (Aug 11, 2020)
  2. Articles
    Adviser: Don't get beat when it comes to non-competes - Crain's Cleveland Business (Apr 9, 2018)
    DOL Announces Policy Change Making It Easier for Employers to Utilize Unpaid Interns - Reminger Report (Jan 29, 2018)
    NLRB Issues Employer-Friendly Decision Regarding Employee Handbooks - Reminger Report (Jan 16, 2018)
    New Ohio Law Provides Limited Exception To Employer’s Right To Prohibit Firearms On Its Premises - Reminger Report (May 13, 2017)
    Post-Shift Security Screens Are Not Compensable Work Time - JD Supra Business Advisor (Feb 1, 2015)
  3. Presentations
    "Preparing for the Wave of COVID-19 Litigation" - Roetzel Webinar (May 2020)
    "Can Ohio Employees Receive Workers’ Compensation Benefits for Contracting COVID-19?" - CompManagement Webinar (April 2020)
    "Coronavirus: Employment Law & Benefits Update" - Roetzel & Hylant Webinar (March 2020)
    "COVID-19 Response: Do's and Don't for Employers" - Entrepreneurs' Organization Webinar (March 2020)
    "Fair Labor Standards Act as of 2019: Developments and Practical Solutions" - Roetzel Employment Services Webinar (2019)
  4. Firm News
    Roetzel Transitioning to Virtual Work Environment (Mar 16, 2020)

Overview

Mr. Brumett's practice focuses on representing employers. Mr. Brumett provides consultation services for employers regarding day-to-day human resources matters, drafting and revising employee handbooks, along with advising clients on other workplace policy and procedure issues. He also represents employers in litigation in both state and federal courts, as well as before the EEOC, OCRC, OSHA, MSHA and NLRB.  In addition, Mr. Brumett represents employers in all phases of workers’ compensation claims, both administratively and in court.

Mr. Brumett has written several articles regarding updates in the areas of employment and workers’ compensation law. He is also a frequent speaker giving presentations to clients, business associations, and third-party administrators on various employment and workers’ compensation topics.

Education

  1. Wright State University, B.A., History & Political Science
    • cum laude
  2. Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, J.D.

Credentials

Bar Admissions
  1. Ohio
Court Admissions
  1. U.S. District Court, Northern District of Ohio
  2. U.S. District Court, Southern District of Ohio

Affiliations

Professional Affiliations
  • Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association
  • Ohio State Bar Association
     

Insights

  1. Alerts
    DOL Updates FFCRA Regulations, Effective 9/16/2020, in Response to Federal Court Decision (Sep 15, 2020)
    EEOC Acknowledges Limitations to Its Enforcement Powers in Recent Opinion Letter (Sep 14, 2020)
    EEOC Provides Additional Guidance on ADA Compliance During COVID-19 (Sep 9, 2020)
    Federal District Court Judge Denies Request to Enjoin the Enactment of New Title IX Rule (Aug 17, 2020)
    Federal Court Strikes Down DOL's FFCRA Regulations (Aug 11, 2020)
  2. Articles
    Adviser: Don't get beat when it comes to non-competes - Crain's Cleveland Business (Apr 9, 2018)
    DOL Announces Policy Change Making It Easier for Employers to Utilize Unpaid Interns - Reminger Report (Jan 29, 2018)
    NLRB Issues Employer-Friendly Decision Regarding Employee Handbooks - Reminger Report (Jan 16, 2018)
    New Ohio Law Provides Limited Exception To Employer’s Right To Prohibit Firearms On Its Premises - Reminger Report (May 13, 2017)
    Post-Shift Security Screens Are Not Compensable Work Time - JD Supra Business Advisor (Feb 1, 2015)
  3. Presentations
    "Preparing for the Wave of COVID-19 Litigation" - Roetzel Webinar (May 2020)
    "Can Ohio Employees Receive Workers’ Compensation Benefits for Contracting COVID-19?" - CompManagement Webinar (April 2020)
    "Coronavirus: Employment Law & Benefits Update" - Roetzel & Hylant Webinar (March 2020)
    "COVID-19 Response: Do's and Don't for Employers" - Entrepreneurs' Organization Webinar (March 2020)
    "Fair Labor Standards Act as of 2019: Developments and Practical Solutions" - Roetzel Employment Services Webinar (2019)
  4. Firm News
    Roetzel Transitioning to Virtual Work Environment (Mar 16, 2020)