Ira Jaffe is a renowned attorney, a pillar of the community, and has just joined Honigman LLP as a distinguished counsel in its business and private client divisions. Jaffe will work out of the company’s Bloomfield Hills location.
The 1968-founded law firm Jaffe, Raitt, Heuer & Weiss, as well as The Fisher Group, LLC, the Max and Marjorie Fisher family office, where Jaffe spent more than ten years as CEO and President, both welcomed Jaffe’s retirement in 2021.
After retiring, he started Ira Jaffe Consulting LLC, his own consulting firm. Ira Jaffe consults with a small number of high-net-worth clients on the non-legal family driven aspects of succession planning, business planning, estate planning, family and trust disputes, non-profit and foundation involvement, and corporate board membership through Ira Jaffe Consulting and on the basis of Ira’s extensive background and experience.
Along the way, Jaffe has also held positions on a number of non-profit and foundation boards, including those for The Fred A. & Barbara M. Erb Family Foundation, Cranbrook Educational Community, Cranbrook Institute of Science, McGregor Fund, The Parade Company, and the Detroit Zoological Society. He presently holds the position of Chairman of the Board of REDICO and serves on the advisory boards of Beyond Basics, eLab Ventures, and Michigan Capital Advisors.
Regarding Honigman LLP
Honigman is an Am Law 200 full-service, general business law firm with more than 330 attorneys nationwide in Chicago, Michigan, Washington, D.C., and in our newest wholly owned subsidiary office in Israel, Honigman Law Israel. Honigman announced the arrival of five Wall Street attorneys last month as it works to establish a community of American lawyers in Israel.
With more than 80 new personnel in the last 18 months, Honigman has continued to develop. More than 60 different legal topics are covered by the advice of our attorneys to customers.