Lockhart/Gardner represents a drilling contractor in an oil dispute, and election results are in.
Alicia faces Louis canning in a class action lawsuit against a company accused of having work conditions that made employees commit suicide.
The firm sues a convicted murderer who is profiting from a song.
The Lockhart/Gardner law firm represents drug kingpin Lemond Bishop in divorce proceedings and Kalinda gets a grand jury subpoena.
After a man is jailed and tortured, the firm sues a social networking site for failing to protect his anonymity
Diane defends her on-again, off-again love interest, Kurt McVeigh, when he is sued for testimony he gave in a murder trial.
Will and Diane take on an internet billionaire’s defamation case and Alicia confronts Will about his voice mail.
Alicia and Louis Canning once again face off in a class action lawsuit, but the stakes are even higher this time.
After Alicia’s client confesses to murder, Cary challenges his motives, and Wendy Scott-Carr threatens to expose a Florrick family issue.
When the judge in Will's case carries a grudge against him, the law firm hires a jury consultant to help win the case.
Alicia's law firm attempts to turn a client's son against his girlfriend when they are both accused of murder.
Alicia gets a cryptic message in the appeal of a death row inmate client that sends the firm racing against the clock.
The firm represents an alderman and Alicia’s review of wiretap evidence reveals startling personal information.
As Alicia nears the end of a case, successfully arguing that her rebellious teenaged pop star is innocent of a DUI, Cary drops a bombshell that could end the starlet's career.
Alicia and the team are caught off-guard when they go up against a brilliant disabled attorney in a test case for a class action suit against a pharmaceutical company.
Alicia and will must decide whether to represent a VIP massage therapist who accuses a Nobel Peace Prize winner of sexual assault.