Matt Pick


Matt is an associate at Brann & Isaacson. His practice focuses on state and local taxes. He assists remote sellers in analyzing state nexus and to register and collect sales taxes. He also works with corporations under audit and in litigation. Matt also works with employers on the tax implications of remote workers.

Prior to law school, Matt worked for a capital and credit management software company. In law school, Matt was president of TaxHelp, a volunteer tax prep site for low income households in the Cambridge, Massachusetts area. Matt interned with Judge Ryan D. Nelson of the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, Judge Travis A. Greaves of the United States Tax Court, and Judge Christopher Barry-Smith of the Middlesex County Superior Court in Massachusetts. He also made a cameo in an Elle Woods admissions parody video for a torts-themed Oscar-style video awards show.

Born and raised in Western Canada, Matt lives up to every Canadian stereotype you have – a former finance minister for the Canadian Law Students Association and a member of the Harvard Curling team.

Outside of work, Matt can be found on the curling rink and exploring Maine’s beautiful outdoors.

H.B.A. University of Toronto (with High Distinction, Major in Economics, Minors in History and Mathematics) – 2016
Chartered Financial Analyst – 2019
J.D. Harvard Law School – 2022

U.S. District Court for the District of Maine

“Post-Wayfair, Franchise Taxes Still Fail Complete Auto Test” State Tax Notes (October 18, 2021) (w/ David Swetnam-Burland & Martin Eisenstein)

“Encouraging Work and Eliminating Poverty: Comparing American and Canadian Family Tax Benefits” ABA Tax Times Vol. 40 No. 2 – Winter 2021

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