Ira Potter

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Ira has been practicing law in the St. Louis area for over thirty years.  He concentrates his practice in the areas of business law, labor and employment relations and business litigation.  Ira’s litigation experience includes both jury and non-jury trials in the state and federal courts, and representing clients before the National Labor Relations Board and various federal and state agencies.  He has extensive experience in advising clients on a variety of corporate matters including labor and employment issues, mergers and acquisitions, contracts and business planning.  Ira has also handled matters before various arbitration panels in the securities industry representing both financial advisors and individual investors.

Ira received his B.A. from Brown University in 1978 and his J.D. from Washington University in St. Louis in 1981.  Ira is a member of the Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis, the Missouri Bar and the American Bar Association.

He is a founding Member of Affinity Law Group, LLC.

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 2018 St. Louis Vistage Executive Summit 

 The Ten Things You’ll Overpay an Attorney for

Location/Time: | DoubleTree St. Louis – Chesterfield, 7:00 AM – 4:15 PM

Presenter: Bob Guest, Ira Potter, Kathleen Bilderback, & Brad Crandall

If we care for our health early in life, we’ll incur far less medical expenses later. The same is true of the law. Many executives create significant legal expenses for themselves that a little forethought and planning might have greatly reduced or even eliminated. The lawyers of Affinity Law Group, LLC will share ten opportunities that, pursued today, can save time, aggravation and quite often, considerable legal fees tomorrow. Bonus Section: The War for Talent: Unemployment is at record lows. Employers must take every possible action to protect their talent and recruit more. The Affinity team will share proven legal tactics to help prevent your team members from being pirated, and the legal aspects of prying talent from your competitors.