Whitney's firm handles the closing sale for a once-prosperous family business scarred by red ink and vicious rumors.
Whitney falls for a survivor of a Serbian concentration camp; Alex investigates Whitney's new interest.
Whitney and Alex investigate a sexual harassment charge; Heller becomes involved with a woman online.
Kaplan stands accused of misconduct; Leon decides whether or not to return to law.
Alex drops everything to pursue a little girl who Kasselbaum believes is her daughter; a greedy attorney sues Hamilton for possessing a lamp that contains a tiny amount of hazardous lead.
Alex becomes interested in a guy she meets in her law review class until she learns he is working under cover for a tire maker.
Alex gets involved in a discrimination case when a woman fears she's being replaced at a diet pill distributor because she hasn't lost all of the weight from her pregnancy.
When Alex finds out all the prisoners in her former cell block are becoming ill, she agrees to take the case of a guard who claims of being wrongly terminated.
Heller's former girlfriend and her husband own a house plagued with problems at the same time their daughter develops a mysterious disease.
Hamilton's father, who walked out on his family years before, returns unexpectedly and tells Hamilton he wants to make changes to his will.
Alex takes the case of a pastor running a homeless shelter who receives an eviction notice from the city just before Christmas.
The seedy side of the record industry comes to light after Whitney's rock idol hires the firm to assist in a contract dispute.
Alex and Whitney become involved after a college football star apparently commits suicide, but the autopsy indicates a possible murder.
Making headlines, Alex and Whitney get caught up in the world of politics and slander after he is hired by a TV gossip reporter.
After accepting an insurance fraud case, Alex discovers her ex-husband (guest star David Julian Hirsh) is behind it.
Alex discovers a dead client's rare form of cancer might be connected to a botched military mission in Kuwait during the Gulf War.
A fast-food restaurant chain sues the legal team for libel after they become suspicious that it is knowingly selling contaminated meat.
Alex discovers that a boy at the center of an international adoption battle might be a missing Tibetan religious figure.
After a prison friend dies in an apparent suicide, Alex investigates a highly decorated police officer.
Alex is determined to help a single mother who is convinced a drug company's experimental asthma medicine has put her son in a coma.
After doing prison time for a crime she didn't commit, Alex DeMonaco lands a job at a law firm, battles injustice and searches for her missing daughter.
After doing prison time for a crime she didn't commit, Alex DeMonaco lands a job at Hamilton Whitney III's law firm, battles injustice and searches for her missing daughter.