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Eric Michael Casper

Eric Michael Casper, American Lawyer. Avocations: basketball, volleyball, science fiction. M C. Teacher Junior Achievement, various Phoenix area junior high and high schools, 1986-1991; tutor Department Labor TEAM Project; volunteer Phoenix chapter American Cancer Society, 1987-1991. Member American Bar Association (former commission on tax-exempt financing, committee court practice and procedure), Arizona Bar Association, Mensa.


Casper, Eric Michael was born on February 27, 1959 in Long Branch, New Jersey, United States. Son of Walter Junior and Lois Ann (Countryman) Casper.


Bachelor of Science in Political Science with high honors, University Iowa, 1980. Master of Business Administration, Juris Doctor with high honors, University Iowa, 1984.


City of Galt v. United States, 804 F. Supp. 1275 (E.D. Cal. 1992); Martinson v. Towe, 173 B.R. 197 (Bankr. D. Mont. 1994); Shaltry v. United States (In re Home America T.V.), 193 B.R. 929 (D. Ariz. 1995); Parker v. United States, 76 AFTR2d 95-5498 (D. Ariz. 1995); Russo v. United States, 76 AFTR2d 95-5461 (D. Ariz. 1995). Worked at Walker Ellsworth, P.L.C. (Phoenix, Arizona) specializing in General Commercial Business Matters. Corporation, Partnerships, Federal, State and Local Taxation, Alcoholic Beverage Law, Real Estate, Zoning, Insurance Law, International Business Transactions, Estate Planning, Commercial Litigation, Insurance and Tort Litigation. Admitted to the bar, 1985, Arizona.

Pi Sigma Alpha; Beta Gamma Sigma. Phi Alpha Delta. Author, "Distributions of Property in Kind," CCH Federal Tax Service, 1989. Department of Justice, Tax Section, 1991-1995.

Member: American Bar Association (Member: Tax Section, 1985—. Committee on Tax Exempt Finance, 1986-1995). Walker Ellsworth specializes in assisting and advising clients in their business affairs.

The firm's areas of practice include taxation, business formation and maintenance, mergers and acquisitions, commercial and construction litigation, as well as insurance defense.


The longing for holiness is not about wanting to be 'holier than thou'. It is about wanting the love of God to permeate all of our life, and for that love to be shown through our lives to other people.


People are called to love God not only with their hearts, but also with their minds. All things should be considered through the light of reason. In order to do that, it is necessary to become aware of different points of view and be able to develop critical thinking in relation to any political or social problem.


Teacher Junior Achievement, various Phoenix area junior high and high schools, 1986-1991. Tutor Department Labor TEAM Project. Volunteer Phoenix chapter American Cancer Society, 1987-1991.

Member Arizona Bar Association (tax and bankruptcy sections), Mensa, Kiwanis (director Camelback, president 2003-2004), American Bankruptcy Institute.


  • Other Interests

    Basketball, volleyball, science fiction.


God, who is heard throughout the Bible, calls for justice for the widows, orphans and aliens who were oppressed by the powers of the day. Therefore the involvement in political life is something that Christians should not avoid.