Cornell Smith Mierl Brutocao Burton’s clients span a broad range of businesses from large publicly held companies to small non-profit organizations and start-ups. Many of our clients are multi-state and even multi-national employers with operations in Texas.

Our client base reflects a multitude of industries:

  • technology
  • health care
  • call centers
  • restaurant
  • hospitality
  • retail / service
  • financial institutions
  • trucking distribution
  • manufacturing
  • construction
  • non-profits
  • and many others

We take particular pride in the number of law firms that call on us when they need to advise their clients on complex employment issues such as responding to union organization efforts, audits by the United States Department of Labor Wage & Hour Division, Pay Day Act claims filed with the Texas Workforce Commission, or charges of discrimination investigated by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

We work with general counsel, executives, business owners, and human resource professionals who bring various levels of insight and internal resources to the table, and we adjust to each client’s level of need for external employment law support from advising on the applicability of the Workers Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act (WARN) in a mass layoff or plant closing to drafting an employee handbook.