John Sloan hosts the TLC Podcast this week to interview Rafe Foreman and partner attorney Susan Hutchison on the incredible verdict the two trial lawyers won in a groundbreaking and unconventional gender discrimination case.

Listen along as Rafe and Susan describe how they successfully conveyed their 72-year-old client’s story to the jury after a false sexual assault accusation led to him losing his 20-year job with an HVAC company. In a compelling episode led by a dynamic group of voices that TLC students have come to know and love over the years, John leads Rafe and Susan as they provide a powerful testament to the efficacy of the psychodramatic methods and the value of truly reaching one’s client to discover the winning story.

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Episode Guests, Susan Hutchison, Rafe Foreman, and John Sloan

113 Sloan Hutchison Foreman headshots 1Susan Hutchison has been representing people who have been discriminated against or harassed in the workplace as well as those who have been physically injured since 1987. She is truly committed to standing up against corporations and insurance and believes in the vision of the Trial Lawyers College. Susan has been named a Texas Super Lawyer every year since 2004 and has been named a Top Attorney by Fort Worth Magazine each of those years as well. She has tried many lawsuits and won many multi-million dollar verdicts all throughout Texas.

Professor S. Rafe Foreman has been training lawyers and future lawyers for almost his entire career. He has over 31 years of experience practicing law, including criminal defense, plaintiff’s personal injury, malpractice, civil rights, employment, discrimination, wrongful death, and excessive force cases. He also serves as an expert witness in various aspects of the law. Rafe has tried cases all over America and has trained lawyers in various places around the world. A trial master in his field of trial advocacy, Rafe enjoys the barrister role and is a strong advocate for his clients.

John Sloan received his Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Baylor in 1977 and enrolled at Baylor Law School, where he began to hone his trial skills in the school’s renowned Practice Court. He earned his J.D. in 1980 and returned to East Texas, joining a firm in Henderson. Two-and-a-half years after he started work at the law firm, John decided that he wanted to focus on personal injury cases. He moved to Longview and opened his own practice. He has been trying cases in East Texas and courts across the country ever since.

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