John Clayman (Attorney)
John Clayman is an attorney specializing in banking and oil & gas issues. He joined the firm in May 1999.
He specializes in banking, business, patent infringement and oil and gas issues – particularly commercial banking relationships, check processing and oil and gas royalty disputes. A member of both the American Bar Association and Oklahoma Bar Association, he offers his services to clients throughout these industries.
Early Life and Education
John Clayman was raised on his family’s quarter horse ranch near Highlandville, Missouri and has always been involved with it ever since. During his junior year of high school he started competing in team roping, tie-down roping and steer wrestling competitions for fun.
He spent his childhood attending jackpots and rodeos, with a special highlight being attending the Great Lakes Circuit Finals.
In 2021, he qualified for the National High School Finals Rodeo (NHSFR) in both steer wrestling and team roping events. As a member of his alma mater Highlandville High School’s varsity team, he remains dedicated to both schoolwork and rodeoing with fun being the most important aspect for him during each competition. He hopes to continue competing in rodeo throughout life.
After graduating from law school, Clayman spent 11 months working as a medical malpractice attorney. However, after growing disenchanted with the low-paying job, he decided to try his luck at criminal trials.
He began as a deputy public defender in Los Angeles before taking over Ventura County’s public defender’s office. Now, he oversees 37 lawyers who represent low-income clients charged with everything from minor traffic offenses to complex murder cases.
Over his six years as deputy mayor, Clayman has earned himself a reputation as an adept diplomat and champion of constitutional rights. Additionally, he has fostered an effective working relationship with both the district attorney’s office and Sheriff John V. Gillespie; although Sheriff Gillespie expressed disagreement with Clayman’s proposed changes to conference room regulations at the main jail facility, Clayman nonetheless continues to hold strong within his role.
Achievements and Honors
John Clayman has earned himself a number of distinctions. As an esteemed urologist, he is widely respected for his pioneering work in minimally invasive urology. Additionally, John is an expert on kidney stones and ureteral obstruction as well as renal cancer.
He is a proud member of many esteemed medical organizations, such as the American Association of Thyroid Surgeons and the National Medical Association. His commitment to social justice has been immense, with him making significant strides towards improving healthcare equity for all.
John Clayman has been an avid waterman his entire life, beginning with sailing small boats before progressing to CCA Ocean Racers. With decades of experience in yachting under his belt, John is an expert in this industry.
He has extensive experience in the yacht building and repair business, having also managed a yacht manufacturing firm with international distribution.
Clayman is an arrogant and arrogant individual who dislikes to acknowledge his mistakes. Additionally, he does not take pleasure in voicing his opinion on fellow Demon Lords; this trait can be seen in his plots against Rimuru and Tempest when he believed Milim had been mind controlled by him.
John Clayman has a net worth of $7 million. He earned this wealth through his work in the financial industry and stock trades; he has made over 26 trades over the last 9 years, most recently purchasing 10,256 units of Flexion Therapeutics Inc (NASDAQ:FLXN) on May 26th 2020 for $99,996.
Dr. Clayman is a well-known voice actor, having voiced over 240 anime and video game titles such as Attack on Titan, Fruits Basket, Fairy Tail, My Hero Academia and more. He’s best known for dubbing Tien from Dragon Ball series. Currently living in Florida with an estimated annual income between $200-249K and home value ranging between $500-999K, Clayman enjoys an active social life beyond work.