Harlan and his nemisis, Clay Burgess (recurring guest star Gregg Henry), are both framed for federal theft and murder. Meanwhile, Chris and Nora track down a serial killer.
Harlan works with a former colleague and a reluctant Las Vegas detective to uncover a counterfeiting scheme and burglary ring.
A bond trader is murdered under the watch of Jimmy Doyle, JRM bodyguard and an old friend of Harlan's. Jimmy, a recovering alcoholic, relapsed the night of the murder and does not remember anything.
When residents of the town Pine Ridge begin developing medical problems, lawyer Sam Solomon files a class action lawsuit against Green Valley Industries. The suit alleges that the company has dumped a harmful chemical called PCE into a nearby lake.
When three Van Gogh paintings are stolen, Harlan makes a deal with an insurance adjustor to recover the paintings for a fee. Meg and Chris are assigned to the case and learn of a surprising connection between the Al-Rashids and the Fayyadhs.
Harlan and Nora take on a pharmaceutical company when an informer claims the company is falsifying clinical trials. Meg and Chris help a pair of wealthy parents recover their long-missing daughter, and Nora's brother is attacked and hospitalized.
Harlan can't refuse when Leslie Town asks for his help with a big criminal trial.
Harlan steps in on a case when Leslie's companion is shot; Meg and Trish work together to arrest a high-profile rapist.
Harlan and Leslie must go toe-to-toe with a powerful judge and a major housing developer to get justice for a widower (Jeffrey D. Sams) in a wrongful death case.
When Judd Risk Management investigates the theft of a jet prototype, dark family secrets are unearthed.
When a former college buddy asks Harlan for help rescuing a kidnapped girlfriend, Harlan suspects foul play.
Harlan's nemesis and former employer (Gregg Henry) threatens to undermine the firm and defies Harlan to find a way to stop him.