Ari Casper

Managing Partner

Ari Casper is a trusted advisor to numerous corporations and a nationally recognized trial attorney whose understanding of case development and trial strategy has garnered enormous success both in and out of the courtroom. Earlier in his career, Mr. Casper was a federal prosecutor who investigated and tried numerous high-profile cases involving white-collar crime, public corruption, firearms and drugs, and crimes against children.

Mr. Casper has taught trial practice as an adjunct professor at the Georgetown University Law Center since 2007, serves as a guest lecturer at other law schools, and presents to lawyers nationally on various topics. He has served as a trial consultant for Fortune 50 companies in multi-district litigation. He is regularly consulted by his peers on all matters of trial preparation in complex civil litigation.

After graduating number one in his class from the University of Baltimore School of Law where he wrote for the Law Review, Mr. Casper served as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable Alan M. Wilner of Maryland’s highest appellate court. He then joined the litigation group of Hogan & Hartson LLP (now Hogan Lovells), where he represented, among other clients, major pharmaceutical companies in criminal and civil investigations, professional sports organizations, including the National Football League Baltimore Ravens, and corporate clients in complex civil litigation matters.

Among other achievements, Mr. Casper has been recognized as a Super Lawyer for over a decade, Best Lawyers in America, The National Top 100 Trial Lawyers, Martindale Hubbell Preeminent Attorney for Ethical Standards and Legal Ability, and Elite Lawyers of America.

He is admitted to practice in Maryland state and federal courts, the District of Columbia, the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals, Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals. He is routinely admitted pro hac vice in jurisdictions across the country.

Admitted in Maryland & DC

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