Harvey and Louis come to blows after Louis' reckless behavior threatens to cost the firm a case, while Mike is assigned to a businessman who is trying to get back money from his estranged daughter.

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Harvey and Louis are working on a case wherein they're trying to prove that a financial manager misappropriated the money of one of their clients and the client needs the money for some important projects. But Harvey doesn't let Louis in on his plan. And when Harvey's suppose to depose a man who knows what happened, Louis steps in and comes down on him so hard that he dies. Now they have to start from scratch but Louis keeps messing things up. Mike is asked to find what happened to a client's money. And Mike learns that the client's daughter who's doing it as some kind of rebellion against her father took it. Mike tells her she has to give it back. She then tells Mike that she checked him out and knows about him and if he doesn't back off she'll reveal his secret. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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It Suits Me Fine ***
12 August 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Interesting show featuring a series of lawyers caught up in various lawsuits.

There is a lawyer, Louis Litt, who is called a pit bull and guess what? He actually looks like one.

The premier show deals with our pit bull causing a fatal attack during a deposition. He has some tactics and he will not hesitate to use them.

The other part dealt with a man's company caught up with poisoning water and his daughter taking money from that company until certain things occur.

The dialogue is crisp and the characters are real. The lawyer without a degree is perplexing and how that was handled was even more so. Am wondering if "The Good Wife" will learn from this show, or vice versa.


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