Mr. Taylor is a member of Bodman’s High Net Worth and Tax practice groups. He represents individual clients in connection with estate planning and related tax matters and the administration of complex trusts and estates.
Mr. Taylor also represents community and family foundations, public charities, religious organizations, and other tax-exempt and charitable organizations in securing and retaining exempt status, advising on corporate governance issues, and counseling on general operational matters.
Before becoming an associate attorney, Mr. Taylor worked with Bodman as a summer associate, gaining exposure to a broad range of legal issues and clients in both established and emerging industries. He also worked as a law clerk with a mid-size Detroit-area law firm where he gained experience in insurance litigation, eminent domain, and other areas.
While in law school, Mr. Taylor served as Articles Editor for the Indiana Law Journal. In that role he selected articles, negotiated with authors, and managed other aspects of the publication schedule. He participated as a 1L Representative and as Press and Media Chair for a local chapter of the American Constitution Society. Mr. Taylor was a recipient of the Greene-Bealer Fellowship at the Indiana University Maurer School of Law (2014-2016).
- "Taking Action Without a Meeting: Electronic Voting and Other Options for Members and Directors of a Michigan Nonprofit Corporation," The Michigan Business Law Journal, Summer 2018 (By Celeste E. Arduino and Nicholas Q. Taylor)
- 02/02/20182018 Tax Reform Update | Understanding the Changes Affecting Tax-Exempt Organizations
- 08/15/2017Bodman Volunteers Help Life Remodeled Beautify Detroit
- 11/08/2016Three Associates Join Bodman
- Indiana University Maurer School of Law, J.D., magna cum laude; Order of the Coif
- University of Michigan, B.A.