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Facing its potential destruction, the partners must go all in to save the firm.
The episode was rated 8,41 from 1205 votes.
Things are anything but business as usual when Harvey and Mike find themselves at odds with a tenacious U.S. Attorney. Scottie and Harvey can’t seem to get on the same page and Mike and Rachel clash over plans for the future.
The episode was rated 8,40 from 2982 votes.
Harvey and Jessica take measures to protect the firm from an outsider trying to poach their clients, and Louis struggles to get his personal and professional affairs in order.
The episode was rated 8,35 from 2946 votes.
Mike needs Harvey and Rachel’s help to overcome an impossible obstacle, or his dream of becoming a real lawyer is over. Donna’s new venture hits a snag. Louis tries to patch things up with Tara.
The episode was rated 8,30 from 5743 votes.
Harvey needs Mike's help as the battle for control of Pearson Hardman reaches its climax. But Mike drops off the grid following a dramatic turn in his personal life.
The episode was rated 8,27 from 2556 votes.
Oblivious of the fact that Trevor approached Jessica, Mike's on top of the world after Harvey entrusts him with closing a major lawsuit for the firm.
The episode was rated 8,27 from 2693 votes.
Harvey's efforts to free an innocent man hit a wall when he goes against the new district attorney, who seems more focused on the integrity of the system than justice.
The episode was rated 8,26 from 2526 votes.
The SEC investigation comes to a head as Sean Cahill begins a round of depositions – no one at Person Specter is safe, and no topic is off limits, as the inquisition unearths secrets both professional and personal.
The episode was rated 8,25 from 2933 votes.
Harvey throws Mike his first case, a ''pro bono'' sexual harassment suit involving a CEO. But will Mike's need to raise twenty-five thousand dollars and his ''bad influence'' best friend get in his way? If Harvey is going to stay on top of his game, he'll have to keep Mike motivated and honest.
The episode was rated 8,23 from 4055 votes.
Harvey’s vision for the firm’s future clashes with Jessica’s when a British firm offers a tempting proposition.
The episode was rated 8,23 from 2540 votes.
As the fallout continues to reverberate from the pending lawsuit against Pearson Hardman, Harvey turns to a former colleague, with whom he has a thorny past, for help in proving the firm's case.
The episode was rated 8,22 from 2557 votes.
Harvey clashes with Stephen over Ava’s case, among other issues. Meanwhile, things are still tense between Harvey and Jessica as they strategize how best to defend Ava. And Louis enlists Rachel in his battle with Nigel over a broken contract… and heart.
The episode was rated 8,22 from 3030 votes.
Jessica and Rachel fight to save Leonard Bailey; Harvey and Louis try to keep clients from abandoning ship by wooing their oldest client.
The episode was rated 8,22 from 5395 votes.
With their backs against the wall, Jessica and Louis make a last-ditch effort to rally the support of the partners, as Daniel Hardman and Jack Soloff attempt a takeover of the firm. Meanwhile, Mike and Harvey must each face down the demons of their past in order to make potentially life-altering decisions
The episode was rated 8,21 from 3632 votes.
Harvey balks when Jessica puts him in the passenger seat on a lawsuit that could make or break the firm, and his backseat driving may have far-reaching consequences.
The episode was rated 8,18 from 2605 votes.
Letzte Aktualisierung: Jan 24, 2023
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