Eli and Jordoan are faced with problems with regular clientele, as keeping up with costs with their new firm is difficult.
Eli convinces Jim Cooper, a billionaire philanthropist, to lead the case on trial drug testing. This places our favorite attorney in a difficult situation; he learns Cooper's son wants no part in the trial. Meanwhile, Keith represents Patti's daughter. while Matt and Maggie try the track down a traitor amongst them.
Eli: Posner & Klein can kiss my hundred-grand-a-week retainer ass!
Eli: That's how we do things downtown! Sorry.
Jordan: Quite all right. If I were more prone to outbursts of emotions, I'd probably be doing a little jig.
Eli: That I would pay real money to see.
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Eli: As you pointed out, sir, some of our people are in contact with their people, so some cross-pollination is bound to occur.
Taylor: I'm not pollinating anything with Matt.
Eli: I didn't say you were. I was just trying to imply that you are pillow-talking our business plan with him.
Taylor: I am not the leak, Eli, and to prove it, I'm gonna found out who it is. Happy?
Jordan: Your management skills are as deft as ever.
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