Benjamin Aloia concentrates his practice on complex business and real estate matters, municipal law, divorce and criminal defense. He has significant experience in commercial real estate transactions including purchases, sales, leases, loan workouts and restructures, short-sales and foreclosures. Mr. Aloia also specializes in complicated business lawsuits involving shareholder disputes of multi-million dollar corporations and large scale contracts.
He was appointed as an Assistant Oakland County Prosecutor from 1999 through 2001 where he earned a Distinguished Service Award and a Commendation from the Oakland County Sheriff’s Department.
While working in private practice in Macomb County, he has served as general counsel for the Road Commission of Macomb County (now the Macomb County Department of Roads). At various times he has served as an Assistant City Attorney for the City of Roseville, City of Mount Clemens, and City of Centerline, and an Assistant Township Attorney for Shelby Township. He has also been certified as a general civil mediator with Michigan ICLE since 2004.
State Bar of Michigan Character and Fitness Committee, District D, 2011 – Present
Supreme Court Committee on Model Jury Instructions, 2013 – Present
Macomb County Jury Commission, 2015
Super Lawyers Honoree, 2014 – 2016
Super Lawyers Rising Stars Honoree, 2013
Oakland County Circuit Court — Honorable Richard D. Kuhn, 1996-1999.
Michigan State University
Juris Doctor, 1999
B.A., Journalism, 1995
Admitted to Practice:
State of Michigan
U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Michigan
U.S. District Court, Western District of Michigan
U.S Court of Appeals, 6th Circuit
De La Salle Collegiate High School, Former Chairman of Board of Trustees
Italian American Bar Association
State Bar of Michigan
Macomb County Bar Association
Sterling Heights Chamber of Commerce