Maximilian F. Beier is a partner at Beier, Beier & Beier. He joined the law firm in 2001 as an associate after a two-year clerkship with Pennsylvania Superior Court Judge, John P. Hester. He was made a partner in 2007. Max’s primary focus is handling commercial and residential real estate transactional work, as well as real estate litigation work. Max also has experience litigating other civil claims in the state and federal courts of Pennsylvania. Additional litigation experience includes business disputes, contract actions, real-estate and domestic matters. Max and wife Michele reside in Shadyside section of Pittsburgh, and are the proud parents of Maximilian Finley “Finn” & Braxton Beier.
- Real Estate Law
- Personal Injury
- Landlord Tenant
- Cooperative Housing
- Real Estate Litigation
- Real Estate Assessments
- Transactional Real Estate
- English: Spoken, Written
- Beier Law
- University of Pittsburgh School of Law
- J.D. (1999)
- Allegheny County Bar Association
- Pennsylvania Bar Association
- University Pittsburgh School of Law Alumni Board
- Pittsburgh Urban Magnet Project
- Democratic Commiteeman, 7th Ward
- The Pittsburgh Irish Center
- Legal Counsel
- - Current
- South Side Local Development Corporation
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