Vicki Wilmarth, Business and Employment Law Attorney

About the Practice

Vicki Wilmarth is an Amarillo employment lawyer and business transactions lawyer with more than 30 years' experience in helping businesses. She can advise you on avoiding the legal landmines threatening a company in the discrimination, overtime, unemployment, workers’ compensation, and retaliation laws. She drafts employee handbooks, covenants not to compete and contracts with key employees. She creates business entities such as corporations, partnerships and limited liability companies. Vicki also provides informative and entertaining training to managers and supervisors all over Texas.



  • Employment Policy Manuals

  • Employee Training

  • Creation of LLCs, Corporations, Partnerships

  • Severance Agreements

  • Covenants Not to Compete

  • Employment Contracts

  • Independent Contractor Agreements

  • Unemployment Claims

  • Hiring, Compensation and Firing Advice

  • Protection of Proprietary and Confidential Company Information

  • Overtime Compliance Assistance

  • Assist Companies with Discrimination and Harassment Investigations 

  • Respond to Audits and Investigations by the EEOC, the Labor Department and the Texas Workforce Commission

Contact Vicki for assistance with all of your employment issues.




New Address as of 10/01/16:

7971 SW 45th, Ste. 200 

Amarillo, TX 79119




Latest Legal Tips for Employers from Vicki's Blog


The Small Business Administration and the Treasury Department finally have eased the minds of many Paycheck Protection Program borrowers who borrowed less than $2 million about whether the funds had to be returned because they might not have been borrowed in good faith.

Areas of Practice

Vicki Wilmarth devotes her practice to the representation of businesses (for profit and nonprofit) in the area of EMPLOYMENT LAW and BUSINESS TRANSACTIONS. 


Her partner, Chris Wright, practices in the areas of



Her other partner, Wade Byrd, practices in the areas of  CIVIL LITIGATION, PERSONAL INJURY AND FAMILY LAW.


Texas businesses that are reopening after the COVID-19 shelter in place orders are responsible for keeping their customers and their employees safe. As a business owner, are you prepared for the employee training, the safety procedures and the other requirements of reopening?

For general answers to your employment law questions, please visit 
Vicki Wilmarth's
Employment Law Blog

Gallery photos and content © 2016 to present by Vicki Hart Wilmarth


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