At the GMG Annual Meeting on Thursday, March 12th, Blethen, Gage and Krause Partner Julia Corbett was honored for her two years of dedicated service as the GMG Board Chair. Julia shared her experiences working with Jonathan Zierdt and the rest of the GMG staff and Board of Directors and stating that she was truly honored to work with such a fantastic group of people. Julia was reelected to continue to serve on the GMG Board of Directors for another 3 years.
Julia Ketcham Corbett has been reelected to the position of Chair of the Board of Directors of Greater Mankato Growth, Inc. Greater Mankato Growth, Inc. is the area’s integrated chamber of commerce and economic development organization that supports and promotes the economic growth and vitality of its members and the regional marketplace. Julia has been a Board Member of GMG since 2009 and has served on their Executive Committee since 2011. This will be her second term serving as Board Chair.
On Tuesday, October 30th, Julia Ketcham Corbett will be presenting the seminar "From Hiring to Firing: Reducing Risk to Your Business Through Effective Hiring, Disciplinary, and Termination Practices." This seminar, sponsored by Jeane Thorne, will provide insight for business owners and HR professionals into best practices for hiring and firing in today's complicated legal environment and will assist employers as they assess the potential liability hidden within their established practices. If you would like more information on this topic or other Employment Law topics please contact us at email@example.com.
The article "Doing Business the Mankato Way" in the October issue of Twin Cities Business Magazine feaures Julia Ketcham Corbett, one of Blethen, Gage and Krause's managing partners. The article focuses on the growth of Mankato, the vitality of its business community and the community's quality of life and livibility. "When Julia Ketcham Corbett graduated from Hamline University Law School in St. Paul, Blethen Gage & Krause in Mankato offered her a job. She eagerly accepted it, thinking she would spend a few years with the law firm and eventually make her way back to the Twin Cities. That was 18 years ago, and
Julia Ketcham Corbett presented at the Southern Minnesota Human Resource Association's 2012 Employment Law Seminar on June 21st at the Best Western Hotel in North Mankato. Julia presented on “Human Resources in the 21st Century: Navigating the Tangled Web of Social Media and Electronic Information” General subjects covered included: Managing electronic documents, including executing litigation holds Electronic Data Policies and Monitoring Social Media Polices: Should you have one, and suggestions for effective policy drafting Protecting social media assets from departing employees.