Andrew E. Hill
Drew is a Senior Associate with experience in taxation and business combinations practicing with Frost Brown Todd’s Blockchain and Digital Currency practice group.
From public-private partnerships and infrastructure development projects in South America, to government sponsored economic development initiatives in Papua New Guinea, to mergers and acquisitions throughout the United States, Drew is dedicated to helping companies and communities grow intelligently. Drawing from a diverse business and legal background, both domestic and international, Drew provides clients with precise answers to difficult questions and creative solutions to challenging problems.
Prior to joining Frost Brown Todd, Drew launched the blockchain advisory and consulting practice at a Tennessee-based CPA firm. As a manager in the specialty tax practice, he also advised clients on structuring, planning and diligence for mergers and acquisitions, state and local tax matters, and tax credits and incentives.
Drew began his legal career an associate at a corporate law and commercial litigation boutique in Nashville. Drew’s practice focused on commercial transactions, including mergers and acquisitions for privately-held companies, as well as advising businesses, management, and key employees on transition issues, shareholder matters, regulatory interpretations, contracts and taxes.
Memberships & Affiliations
- Tennessee Bar Association – Young Lawyers Division
- Nashville Bar Association
- Northwestern Alumni Association – Nashville Spirit Club
Civic & Charitable Organizations
- Committeeman for District 34, Davidson County Democratic Party
Non-FBT Publications and Events
“Top 5 Misconceptions in Business Tax Reform,” Tennessean, April 10, 2018
“Passthrough Partner – Disguised Sales Unmasked,” Taxes Magazine, Aug. Ed. (2017)
“Tax Cut Plans: Let the Games Begin,” Tennessean, Jan. 18, 2017
“The Impact of the Path Act and other Business Legislation,” Cover Story, TSCPA J., Mar./Apr. Ed. (2016)
“State Creates Tax Credits for R&D Machinery Purchases,” Tennessean, Nov. 19, 2015