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Harvey Specter is the best closer in New York City. He's at the top of his game closing mergers, acquisitions and even divorces; it's in his blood. As a result of his success, Harvey is offered a promotion to senior partner at his firm, Pearson Harden. With that promotion, however, Harvey will need a little help. His boss, Jessica Pearson, has enlisted him in a hunt for a new associate.
Mike Ross isn't your average Harvard Law School student... he's not even enrolled there. But that doesn't stop him from taking the bar exam for Harvard graduates as a way to make money on the side. Mike is a prodigy; simply put, he's brilliant. He also has a photographic memory: if he reads something, he remembers it for life.
But Mike's grandmother is sick, and in order to help her, he needs to raise a lot of money. That's where his pot-dealing best friend comes into play. In a botched drug deal, Mike must escape drug-buying thugs. He serendipitously flees the scene and falls into a round of Harvey Specter's associate interviews. While Mike's in hiding, it doesn't take long for him to impress Harvey. And with that, the finest law duo in the toughest law town is born.
Mike gets situated at his new job at Pearson Harden, acquainting himself with those who will help him and those who will stand in his way. 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. (source: www.usanetwork.com)
Mike and Harvey clash over investment-banking strategies in the Season 4 opener. Meanwhile, Pearson realizes a former district attorney may be pursuing revenge against Harvey and the firm.
A takeover battle pits Harvey and Mike against one another, and the situation is only complicated further by Mike's relationship with Rachel. Elsewhere, Louis partners with recent SEC defector Jeff Malonein.
Logan Sanders, a client of Pearson Specter, looks to Harvey to confirm that his relationship with Mike won't prevent them from winning the takeover battle. Elsewhere, misunderstandings arise between Louis and his new colleague Jeff Malone.
Mike initiates a hostile takeover of Gillis Industries while Harvey and Louis work feverishly against his efforts. Elsewhere, Jessica and Malone meet with Sean Cahill, who has the weight of the SEC behind him in bringing down the firm.
Rachel becomes increasingly anxious about work, school, and the growing attraction between herself and Pearson Specter client Logan Sanders. Meanwhile, Louis helps Donna prepare for a major role while she encourages him to face his fear. Harvey and Mike agree to a ceasefire, but Sam accuses him of collusion and Mike learns how ruthless his new partner can be.
Harvey tries to end the takeover when Sean Cahill brings Pearson Specter client Logan Sanders to the SEC for questioning. Elsewhere, Louis finds a way to make a name for himself when Mike insists on playing hardball.
Rachel brings disturbing news while Mike is still reeling from the aftermath of the battle for Gillis Industries. Feeling Harvey is his only friend left, Mike makes a rash decision; elsewhere, Jessica asks Louis to pick his own reward after his victory for the firm.
Mike and Rachel work closely with one another while Jessica and Harvey try to outmaneuver Sean Cahill. Elsewhere, Louis tries to hide evidence for the sake of his career.
Professional and personal secrets are unearthed when Sean begins a round of depositions as the SEC investigation comes to a head.
Harvey and Jessica try to protect the firm from competitors; Louis tries to balance his personal and professional affairs.
Gabriel Macht directs the Season 4 mid-season premiere, which finds Louis gaining leverage in his quest to become a name partner of the firm; and the Pearson Specter team dealing with the fallout of Louis learning Mike's secret.
Harvard ethics professor Henry Gerard seeks Harvey's help with a case that requires a lack of ethics to win. Mike, meanwhile, does his best to not be spotted by the professor, whose class he never took; and Louis tries to wine and dine a socialite CEO.
Harvey and Louis travel to see a client to whom they have deep ties; and Harvey takes advantage of the time to force Louis and Mike to confront their trust issues. In other events, in a flashback, the root of Harvey and Louis's competitive relationship is explained; and Mike learns the limits of his intelligence when it comes to the law.
When Mike takes a humanitarian case with the potential to jeopardize firm business, Harvey must decide how much to rein in his associate. Meanwhile, Jessica wrestles with the distance she's been forced to put between herself and Jeff Malone. And Louis fights to get the respect a name partner deserves.
Harvey and Mike scramble to save the Liberty Rail case; D.A. Wolf comes after the firm; and Jessica and Malone try to adjust to their new circumstances.
When SEC investigator Sean Cahill fails to link his corrupt boss Eric Woodall with corporate raider Charles Forstman, Harvey consults with Jessica but must ultimately 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.
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