Harvey entrusts Mike with closing a major lawsuit; Harvey must make a decision about guarding Mike's secret.
Hardman is back to stay; Jessica needs Harvey's help in drumming up support within the firm; Mike confronts Rachel.
Mike is caught in the middle of Harvey and Daniel's battle; Mike handles complications; Louis meets his match.
Travis Tanner makes waves when he arrives back in town and accuses the firm of withholding evidence; Louis and Mike finally see eye-to-eye.
Harvey is given the second chair position on an important case, and his backseat driving may have far-reaching consequences.
Harvey and Mike take on an unorthodox case; Louis and Rachel team up; Jessica runs into problems while defending the firm.
Harvey turns to former colleague, Zoe Lawford, with whom he has a thorny past, for help proving the firms case against Pearson Hardman. Donna lawyers up and plans to plead the fifth.
Harvey and Mike look back at the last five years, revealing Harvey's bittersweet promotion after his father's death.
Harvey has to defend a mouthy sports broadcaster who is in hot water after accusing a top athlete of using drugs.
Daniel Hardman replaces Jessica as managing partner and makes everyone's lives extremely difficult. Harvey need's Mike's help.
Mike is assigned the case of a young man who was involved in a hit and run while driving home from a party. The memory of his own parents being killed by a drunk driver compromises Mike's ability to act in the best interest of his client.
Harvey must protect Pearson Hardman from a rival firm; Louis and Mike pay the price for previous actions.
Harvey pits Rachel against her own father when he threatens to undermine Harvey's settlement; a prank war rages at the firm.
Daniel Hardman returns, representing a former Pearson Hardman employee in a sexual harassment lawsuit.
Hardman considers a merger with a British firm that employs Harvey's old girlfriend Dana Scott; Rachel finds out she was not accepted at Harvard.