Provided by Nicole Gould Frey
Nicole Gould Frey, Of Counsel in the Baton Rouge office, practices primarily in the areas of state and local taxation (SALT), estate planning, successions and business formation and disputes.
Nicole is currently a CMI of IPT. Her SALT training, such as the MTC Nexus School and Corporate Income Taxation of the Multistate Business, Georgetown University Advanced SALT Institute, UC Davis SALT Institute, and LDR’s own audit school on Louisiana Corporate Income and Franchise Tax, enables her to counsel large and small taxpayers on Louisiana taxes including: corporate income and franchise, sales, occupational license, property (ad valorem), motor fuel, severance, and even charitable bingo tax. Counsel includes opinions, compliance advice, audit, reverse audit, controversy and litigation.
Nicole also works with the BSW Corporate Law team to advise clients on state and local tax matters related to client mergers, acquisitions, joint ventures, large contracts, and business formation. Additionally, Nicole advises clients on economic incentives, such as industrial tax exemptions “ITEP” and payments in lieu of tax “PILOT,” tax credit financing involving historic tax credits “HTC” and new markets credits “NMTC”, and transferable tax credits involving film tax credit, solar tax credit, research and development credit “R&D”, and motion picture infrastructure credit.
Nicole Gould Frey has a distinguished practice in the market, with notable strength in the SALT space. She provides counsel to clients on a broad array of issues, including litigation and compliance matters.
"She is smart and a really impressive player in the market."