Construction Law | Landlord & Tenant Disputes
J.D., Brooklyn Law School, 2019
Honors: Brooklyn Law Review, Assistant Managing Editor; Edward V. Sparer Public Interest Fellowship; Luci S. Jurow Scholarship
B.B.A., Hofstra University, Frank G. Zarb School of Business, 2011
Major in Business Management; Minor in International Affairs
New York, 2020
Professional Associations & Memberships
New York City Bar Association
New York State Bar Association
Alex B. Pia joined Belkin Burden Goldman in 2021 and practices in all areas of real estate and construction litigation with an eye toward risk management and early dispute resolution.
Mr. Pia’s practice regularly advises landlords, condo/co-op boards, developers, contractors, and operators of all sizes navigating the New York metro area’s complex real estate and construction landscape. His representative matters include commercial and residential landlord-tenant disputes, rent-stabilization, access agreements, construction agreements, contractor disputes, development, and negotiations. He also contributes to the firm’s appellate practice.
Mr. Pia often collaborates with the firm’s sophisticated Transactional Group on construction agreements, purchases and sales, leasing, and operations scaling to provide a one-stop integrated approach to managing clients’ legal and businesses goals.
Before joining Belkin Burden Goldman, Mr. Pia practiced at New York City’s largest real estate law firm.
As a student at Brooklyn Law School, Mr. Pia served as an editor of the Brooklyn Law Review, a judicial intern in Judge Katherine Levine’s chambers at the Kings County Supreme Court, a Sparer Fellow with the Criminal Defense Practice at Brooklyn Defender Services, and an intern with the Criminal Trial Practice at The Legal Aid Society of New York City.