Successful lawyer Harvey Specter hires brilliant college dropout Mike Ross as a new associate at a top law firm despite the fact that Mike doesn't have a degree. In order to work together, both parties have to keep up the ruse to convince their coworkers that Mike is a real lawyer.
Mike has an ethical dilemma when Louis forces him to make a decision that could hurt his relationship with Harvey. Elsewhere, Harvey's past comes back to haunt him during a case.
Harvey goes rogue in order to fix a crisis with a client despite Jessica's desire to reign him in. Elsewhere, Mike turns to Rachel for guidance when he learns he'll be hosting a dinner for rookies, an important tradition at the firm.
An old friend surfaces to ask Mike for help. Elsewhere, Harvey has a chance to close a lucrative deal or help his driver defend himself from a lawsuit.
The guys defend a woman falsely accused of insider trading. Elsewhere, Mike helps Rachel study for the LSAT and realizes she's close to discovering his secret.
Mike takes on Louis' protégé during a mock trial, but his conflict with Rachel could hurt his chances of winning. Elsewhere, Harvey works on a merger between two hotel chains, but his past with the opposing counsel complicates matters.
Harvey and Louis are forced to work together to go after an investment firm that ripped off a nonprofit. But Louis, anxious to make a good impression, inadvertently hurts the case. Elsewhere, Mike tries to contain a modern-day Robin Hood whose actions are damaging a client's business.
Harvey takes on an undefeated lawyer from Boston during a class-action lawsuit.
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Mike questions the firing of an executive, whom Harvey dismissed at the request of a client.
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Harvey's former mentor (Gary Cole) turns to his protégé when his office comes under investigation. Elsewhere, Mike and Louis try to settle a mogul's estate in the midst of family clashes; and Jenny worries that Mike is hiding something.
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.
In the Season 2 opener, Mike is excited to close a big case for the firm but doesn't realize Trevor confronted Jessica. Meanwhile, Jessica's former partner resurfaces, prompting Harvey to reconsider what he's willing to do to protect Mike's secret.
Harvey bristles at Daniel's involvement on a lawsuit he's handling, but their battle to one up each other threatens the case, leaving Mike caught in the middle.
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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.
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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.
Personal issues cause Mike to drop off the grid when Harvey needs him during the fight for the firm.
The firm tries to recover from the battle with Daniel, but Harvey must fend off another attack from a rival who seems to have a personal vendetta. Elsewhere, Mike and Louis face consequences for previous actions.
With the resources of the firm stretched to the limit, Daniel Hardman returns with an outrageous lawsuit against Jessica.
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Dana "Scottie" Scott returns to complicate Harvey and Jessica's battle against Hardman. But this time, she's brought the full force of her British firm.
Harvey's vision for the firm's future clashes with Jessica's when a British firm offers a tempting proposition.
The merger complete, Jessica's new partnership with Darby is tested when he assigns Harvey a high-profile client who faces the loss of her company if Harvey can’t prove her innocence. Mike works to reconcile with Harvey and to manage the fallout from his revelation to Rachel.
Louis offers Mike a case that could change his future at the firm. Harvey and Jessica team up to bring down an old nemesis who complicates their case to keep Ava Hessington out of jail.
Cameron Dennis strikes back at Harvey by arresting one of his clients for murder. Katrina Bennett tries to win over Louis, who's still smarting from his rejection by Mike; and a British version of Harvey arrives to stir things up at the firm.
Harvey’s defense of Ava hits a roadblock when the interests of her murder trial are at odds with Louis’ work to thwart a hostile takeover of Hessington Oil by a rival businessman.
Cameron’s continuing use of shady tactics on Ava’s case brings up memories of why Harvey left the DA’s office to work for Jessica. As Rachel visits law schools, Mike looks back on what cost him his one chance at a degree.
Ava Hessington's trial begins, in the trial Harvey, Mike and Jessica confront Darby over Stephen's involvement as they continue fighting betrayal from inside and out. Louis and Donna try and level the playing field.
The Pearson Darby negotiations are complicated by an old nemesis returning to the office and creating a divide between Harvey and Scottie. Wires get crossed between Louis and Sheila over a new hire and Jessica misunderstands Mike and Rachel.
Harvey gets caught up between Jessica and Scottie when he mixes business with pleasure. Mike tries using a client and their case to win against an old foe, however he also has to face issues from his past. Louis gets suspicious.
Harvey see's both Mike and Jessica coming to him for support when issues from their past come back to haunt them.
Harvey goes one-on-one against an old law school rival, with an assist from Mike, while he and Jessica try not to get caught in the crossfire of a battle that erupts between Louis and Scottie.
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While Harvey and Mike have unpleasant work to do for one of their biggest clients, Louis faces a huge challenge and Rachel tries to collect on an old debt.
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Harvey faces off with a relentless attorney who goes after one of his biggest clients, Mike has to make a big decision, and former name partner Charles Van Dyke has an ax to grind
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.
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Mike and Harvey fall out over some investment-banking strategies. Pearson works out that a former district attorney could be out for revenge against Harvey and the company.
Harvey and Mike find themselves going head to head, whilst Mike's relationship with Rachel only complicates things. Louis partners up with Jeff.
Logan hopes that Harvey is aware his relationship with Mike won't get in the way of them winning the takeover battle. Louis and Jeff have a misunderstanding.
Mike begins the takeover of Gillis industries. Harvey and Louis work against his efforts. Jessica and Malone meet with Sean who's hoping to bring down the firm with the backing of the SEC.
Rachel finds herself getting anxious about work, school and her attraction to Pearson Spcter client Logan Sanders. When Donna helps Louis out, she tries to get him to face up to one of his fears. Harvey and Mike call a ceasefire, but Sam gets involved and makes a accusation of collusion. Mike learns how ruthless his new partner can be.
Harvey attempts to stop the takeover after Sean Cahill brings Pearson Specter client Logan Sanders in to be questioned. Louis attempts to come up with a way to make a name for himself after Mike insists on playing hardball.
Mike is left feeling stunned following the takeover battle. Rachel shares some upsetting news.
Mike and Rachel work together. Jessica and Harvey attempt to outmaneuver Sean Cahill.
Sean starts a round of depositions for the SEC investigation, leaving the employees at Pearson Specter in danger.
It is up to Jessica and Harvey to protect the firm from competition. Louis has to try and find a balance between personal and professional affairs.
Jessica attempts to please Louis. Mike is given grunt work so he will quit.
Harvey and Louis attempt to assist an out-of-town client who they have deep ties with.
Mike works on a humanitarian case that could jeopordize firm business.
When Evan Smith brings new evidence nullifying the firm’s victory against Liberty Rail, Harvey and Mike must scramble to save the case. But when D.A. Wolf comes after the firm, they’re faced with the real possibility of Donna going to prison for her role. Meanwhile, Jessica and Malone try to adjust to their new roles in each other’s lives.
When SEC investigator Sean Cahill fails to link his corrupt boss Eric Woodall and corporate raider Charles Forstman, Harvey must revisit his own uncomfortable past in order to find a way to put them away for good. Mike and Rachel confront the fact that, while Rachel is Harvey’s associate, Mike is his guy. And Donna helps Louis with an unexpected crisis.
Some changes are made around the office. Mike and Rachel's big news ends up having to play second fiddle to Harvey and Mike's case.
Harvey steps outside his usual area of expertise, in order to take a case from a client who has a special tie to the firm. Mike and Zane work their class-action case together, but Mike learns they have different ideas about what constitutes a win - for themselves, and for their clients. And Donna counsels Louis on the best way to settle a feud.
When Harvey's bitter rival Travis Tanner turns up on the other side of a case, claiming to be a changed man, Harvey and Mike must decide whether to believe him - or bury him. As Harvey's sessions with Dr. Agard continue, she links his personal stake in the Tanner fight to issues from his past. Meanwhile, Jessica tasks Louis to make things right with Harvey, and with Rachel and Donna's help he devises a plan - one which could make an enemy of the formidable Jack Soloff.
At Jessica's behest, Mike teams up with Jack Soloff to co-counsel a case, and despite their history the two come to a surprising understanding. Meanwhile, Esther Litt returns to P.S.L. to solve a problem discreetly, but Louis rarely handles anything quietly - especially when it comes to family. And Donna and Harvey try to get their friendship back to normal, but Harvey has a hard time stomaching Donna's "friendly advice."
Rachel and her mother, Laura Zane, plan for Rachel's dream wedding, but Rachel fears the event may reveal Mike's secret. Meanwhile Daniel Hardman and Jack Soloff make their move against Jessica and the partners, as Harvey and Mike tangle with Hardman's mysterious backer, and Louis tries to find Jack's Achilles heel.
Jessica and Louis attempt to rally the partners to prevent the takeover attempt by Hardman and Soloff. Mike and Harvey both have to deal with demons from the past as they make potentially life-altering decisions.
Jessica and Harvey have to come up with a defense, even though Mike is guilty.
Mike and Louis attempt to find out more about an anonymous tipster so that they can try and diffuse a damning piece of evidence;.
Harvey and Mike clash over their strategy for Mike's trial.
Time is running out before the trial and Mike wants to represent himself. Harvey wants lead and challenges Mike to a showdown. Louis attempts to get Sheila out of the picture for good.
Louis thinks about Anita Gibbs' offer of immunity. Rachel offers Mike advise on how to win over the people in the courtroom.
With the judgment just around the corner, it threatens to ruin the lives of the people closest to Mike. Mike makes one last play.
Mike gets used to prison life. Harvey, Jessica and the others attempt to deal with the fallout of Mike's plea deal.
Louis, Jessica and Harvey have to deal with a class action lawsuit. Mike has no choice but to run afoul of a fellow prisoner.