Steven Heyman is the author of numerous law review articles focusing on constitutional law and philosophy, such as “Righting the Balance: An Investigation Into Freedom of Expression Foundations and Limits” published by Garland Publishing (1996). In addition, he edited “Hate Speech and the Constitution”.
He serves as a managing member and affiliate of Nadel & Gussman and its subsidiaries, president of Reserve Drilling Company and chairman of American Land Development Company in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Additionally, he sits on both boards and executive committees of The Philbrook Museum of Art.
Early Life and Education
Steven Spielberg is one of the most celebrated directors in film history, producing and directing dozens of box office smashes over four decades. Additionally, he is an esteemed scholar of First Amendment issues having written numerous books and law review articles covering everything from pornography to funeral picketing.
Er attended veterinary school at the University of Pennsylvania, graduating with highest distinction. Following that he undertook a three-year surgical residency program at Cheshire Veterinary Hospital in Connecticut.
John Heyman has served the University of Pennsylvania as both a trustee emeritus and on its Board of Trustees and Presidential Search Committees since 1988, receiving its Alumni Award of Merit in 2000. With Barbara, they created two endowed professorships; Bess W. Heyman President’s Distinguished Professorship to honor their mother and I. George Heyman University Professorship for their father.
Heyman is not only known as a writer for third-party wrestling publications; he also sits on the boards of directors of eLynx Technologies and Reserve Drilling Company and serves on its Presidential Search and Executive Committees.
He is also co-founder and chairman of The Founders Fund Family Foundation as well as acting as senior adviser for several hedge funds. Additionally, he serves as director for Nadal & Gussman Real Estate Development Company as well as American Land Development Company.
Heyman was best known for playing his heel character as General Manager of Raw in late 2003 and soon gained notoriety for it, especially his rivalry with The Undertaker and Chris Benoit. This eventually lead to numerous feuds.
Achievement and Honors
Professor Heyman has published multiple books and numerous articles focusing on freedom of expression, from funeral picketing to First Amendment law.
In 2015, he received the Partnership for Public Service’s Samuel J. Heyman Service to America Medal – more commonly known as “the Sammie Award”. This distinction recognizes federal employees who make an impactful difference in people’s lives.
Steve serves as managing member and president of Nadal and Gussman and its affiliates, president of Reserve Drilling Company, chairman of American Land Development Company and senior advisory board member of eLynx Technologies. Additionally, he was appointed trustee and emeritus member to University of Pennsylvania Board of Trustees where he held positions such as Executive Committee member and Presidential Search Committee Member – in recognition of which, he received their Alumni Award of Merit award.
Steve Heyman is married with three children. He teaches constitutional law, criminal law, torts and legislation at Chicago-Kent College of Law as well as having a practice in veterinary medicine. Additionally, he received summa cum laude honors at University of Pennsylvania while also being inducted into Phi Beta Kappa.
Paul Dangerously first made headlines for making life difficult for anyone who crossed him in WCW as Paul Dangerously; helping launch ECW to become the third-largest wrestling company worldwide. Since then he has gone on to serve as managing member and president of Reserve Drilling Company under Nadel & Gussman and its affiliates; chairman of American Land Development Company under American Land Development; co-founder/senior advisory board member at eLynx Technologies as co-founder / senior advisory board member while acting trustee and chairing Executive and Presidential Search Committees at University of Pennsylvania as trustee/chair of Executive and Presidential Search Committees respectively.
Heyman is estimated to have amassed an estimated net worth of $10 Million. His income comes largely from his long career in wrestling as an athlete, promoter and manager – plus an income stream from commentating work for WWE.
Heyman is well-known as a driving force behind ECW’s “extreme” style, featuring hardcore matches and more aggressive in-ring styles. Additionally, Heyman serves as an advocate for numerous WWE superstars.
Outside of wrestling, Heyman is also an accomplished businessperson and investor, holding shares in Looking4Larry Agency in New York City as an investor and brand consultant.
He invests his own funds in risk arbitrage and has actively encouraged GAF Corporation’s treasury department to do the same. He holds significant long/short positions with Office Depot Inc and Staples Incorporated.