Director

Nicholas Berger

Bar Admissions

  • Maryland, 2010

Background & History

Nick helps individuals and businesses with a variety of tax-related matters find relief through his efforts as a tax attorney. These include negotiations with the federal and state government agencies to adjust accounts and settle tax matters, criminal investigations, tax planning, and strategy development. His experience working at the Comptroller of Maryland gives him a distinctive outlook on corporate income tax, individual income tax, sales and use tax, withholding tax, and admissions and amusement tax matters.

Nick also plays a key role in the development of the junior associates at the firm by providing day-to-day mentorship for professionalism and guidance for devising strategies and communicating with clients.  As the Chair of the firm’s Law Clerk and Internship Programs, Nick works to recruit and onboard talented law students who are interested in hands-on work helping clients with their issues.

In the community, Nick serves as a member of the Maryland State Bar Association Taxation Law Section and the Anne Arundel Bar Association. In 2022 he was recognized as a Super Lawyers Rising Star for his efforts in tax for individuals and businesses.

When Nick is not advocating for his clients, he spends time with his family in Howard County. He is also an avid Baltimore sports fan.

Education

  • University of Baltimore School of Law, Baltimore, Maryland
    - J.D., 2010
  • University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland
    - B.S., Major: Government and Politics, 2007

Speaking engagements

Publications

Professional Organizations & Memberships

Awards and Honors

Background & History

Nick helps individuals and businesses with a variety of tax-related matters find relief through his efforts as a tax attorney. These include negotiations with the federal and state government agencies to adjust accounts and settle tax matters, criminal investigations, tax planning, and strategy development. His experience working at the Comptroller of Maryland gives him a distinctive outlook on corporate income tax, individual income tax, sales and use tax, withholding tax, and admissions and amusement tax matters.

Nick also plays a key role in the development of the junior associates at the firm by providing day-to-day mentorship for professionalism and guidance for devising strategies and communicating with clients.  As the Chair of the firm’s Law Clerk and Internship Programs, Nick works to recruit and onboard talented law students who are interested in hands-on work helping clients with their issues.

In the community, Nick serves as a member of the Maryland State Bar Association Taxation Law Section and the Anne Arundel Bar Association. In 2022 he was recognized as a Super Lawyers Rising Star for his efforts in tax for individuals and businesses.

When Nick is not advocating for his clients, he spends time with his family in Howard County. He is also an avid Baltimore sports fan.

Education

  • University of Baltimore School of Law, Baltimore, Maryland
    - J.D., 2010
  • University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland
    - B.S., Major: Government and Politics, 2007

Speaking engagements

Publications

Professional Organizations & Memberships

Awards and Honors

Background and History

Nick helps individuals and businesses with a variety of tax-related matters find relief through his efforts as a tax attorney. These include negotiations with the federal and state government agencies to adjust accounts and settle tax matters, criminal investigations, tax planning, and strategy development. His experience working at the Comptroller of Maryland gives him a distinctive outlook on corporate income tax, individual income tax, sales and use tax, withholding tax, and admissions and amusement tax matters.

Nick also plays a key role in the development of the junior associates at the firm by providing day-to-day mentorship for professionalism and guidance for devising strategies and communicating with clients.  As the Chair of the firm’s Law Clerk and Internship Programs, Nick works to recruit and onboard talented law students who are interested in hands-on work helping clients with their issues.

In the community, Nick serves as a member of the Maryland State Bar Association Taxation Law Section and the Anne Arundel Bar Association. In 2022 he was recognized as a Super Lawyers Rising Star for his efforts in tax for individuals and businesses.

When Nick is not advocating for his clients, he spends time with his family in Howard County. He is also an avid Baltimore sports fan.

Past Employment Positions

  • The Comptroller of Maryland, Hearing Officer, 2011 – 2015

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Education

  • University of Baltimore School of Law, Baltimore, Maryland
    - J.D., 2010
  • University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland
    - B.S., Major: Government and Politics, 2007

Professional Organizations & Memberships

Awards and Honors

Languages

Background and History

Nick helps individuals and businesses with a variety of tax-related matters find relief through his efforts as a tax attorney. These include negotiations with the federal and state government agencies to adjust accounts and settle tax matters, criminal investigations, tax planning, and strategy development. His experience working at the Comptroller of Maryland gives him a distinctive outlook on corporate income tax, individual income tax, sales and use tax, withholding tax, and admissions and amusement tax matters.

Nick also plays a key role in the development of the junior associates at the firm by providing day-to-day mentorship for professionalism and guidance for devising strategies and communicating with clients.  As the Chair of the firm’s Law Clerk and Internship Programs, Nick works to recruit and onboard talented law students who are interested in hands-on work helping clients with their issues.

In the community, Nick serves as a member of the Maryland State Bar Association Taxation Law Section and the Anne Arundel Bar Association. In 2022 he was recognized as a Super Lawyers Rising Star for his efforts in tax for individuals and businesses.

When Nick is not advocating for his clients, he spends time with his family in Howard County. He is also an avid Baltimore sports fan.

Past Employment Positions

  • The Comptroller of Maryland, Hearing Officer, 2011 – 2015

More videos

Education

  • University of Baltimore School of Law, Baltimore, Maryland
    - J.D., 2010
  • University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland
    - B.S., Major: Government and Politics, 2007

Professional Organizations & Memberships

Awards and Honors

Languages

"I sought the highly touted services of Frost and Associates for a matter working with Counselor Nicholas Berger. Though I live outside the MD area presently, the interaction with Mr. Berger was seamless as though I was interacting with him in person. Truly demonstrates that it’s the personal touch and professionalism of the individual and not just the technology, that makes this kind of high level and effective service possible. I prevailed in the matter and a tremendous weight has been lifted particularly since this was an out of state issue. Whether there in person or far away and having to leverage Frost and Associates online network, you can be assured you’re in good hands and your matter will be resolved in the best manner possible."

Pace D.

"I have been working with Frost & Associates (and Nick Berger in particular) for a couple years now on an ongoing tax matter and have been extremely pleased with the guidance and counsel I have received. My matter has involved taxing authorities at both the state and the federal level, and I have been impressed with the nuanced, customized advice reflective of a genuine understanding of best practices with these authorities, clearly borne out of a depth of experience. I have recommended their services to other small business owners and will continue to do so without hesitation or reservation!"

Jay H.

"Nick & the team at Frost Law were efficient, friendly and professional while acting as our voice to resolve a complex tax issue. Great job!"

Stephen M.