Edward L. Froelich represents domestic and foreign public corporations, privately held companies, partnerships, trusts and individuals across the spectrum of federal tax controversies, including audits, trials and appeals. Ed’s clients include businesses, business owners and investors with operations and interests in the financial services, technology, real estate, health care and other industries.
A former trial attorney for the Tax Division of the US Department of Justice, Ed draws on his Justice experience to provide effective advocacy in Internal Revenue Service examination and appeals and in litigation before federal courts. Among other issues, Ed has successfully represented clients in disputes involving transfer pricing, worthless stock deductions, cross-border transactions, tax credits, income tax accounting, insurance, employment tax, accounting method issues and a variety of penalty assessments.
LL.M., Georgetown University Law Center (1999)
J.D., University of Virginia School of Law (1994)
M.A., Catholic University of America (1991)
B.A., Thomas Aquinas College (1988)
Bloomberg Tax Management Portfolios
This Portfolio discusses Section 7525 of the Code, a statutory privilege applicable to communications between federally-authorized tax practitioners and taxpayers.
The Portfolio, Privilege in Tax and Accounting Matters, No. 635, examines applicable testimonial and documentary protections in the tax advice and dispute context.