As she struggles to find out how much Grayson (Jackson Hurst) knows about her and Deb, Jane (Brooke Elliott) uncovers a dark secret that could land a client (guest star Jessica Tuck) in prison. Old tensions are renewed when Owen's (Lex Medlin) estranged brother (guest star Colin Egglesfield) asks him to sue a strip club.
While Jane (Brooke Elliott) fights for an innocent man's parole, Grayson (Jackson Hurst) and the firm's new lawyer (guest star Virginia Williams) claim a cruise ship line's negligence caused their client's divorce. Grayson confronts the truth about Deb and Jane.
Tensions arise between Jane (Brooke Elliott) and Belinda (guest star Virginia Williams) as they defend an out-of-control aging rock star (guest star Rick Springfield) against being expelled from his band. Grayson (Jackson Hurst) fights to save a graffiti-strewn low income apartment building from a greedy developer by claiming it's a work of art.
Grayson's (Jackson Hurst) childhood friend enlists him and Jane (Brooke Elliott) in a fight with his in-laws over where to bury his late wife. A twelve-year-old orphan asks Kim (Kate Levering) to adopt him.
As Jane (Brooke Elliott) represents a professional cheerleader who says she's being bullied by her teammates, Owen (Lex Medlin) counsels a family to secede to protect their home from being seized by the government. Meanwhile, Teri (Margaret Cho) impersonates a lawyer to protect Paul (Justin Deeley) from his creditors.
An unassuming housewife's arrest for treason pits Jane (Brooke Elliott) and Grayson (Jackson Hurst) against the government's top secret intelligence bureaucracy. Kim (Kate Levering) represents a family of foster children who are being kicked out by their new parents.
Jane (Brooke Elliott) and Grayson (Jackson Hurst) help a dying teenager find a bone marrow donor, while Owen (Lex Medlin) fights a friend's impeachment as mayor after she leases Malibu's City Hall to replace a school that was destroyed in a fire.
With Grayson (Jackson Hurst) in the hospital with a gunshot wound, Jane (Brooke Elliott) represents people living near a hot sauce factory who claim its fumes are making them sick. Kim (Kate Levering) lands in the middle of her parents' divorce settlement. Guest starring Bess Armstrong and John Ratzenberger.
Jane helps a mother whose son died at a sporting camp to seek justice. Kim defends a work acquaintance, after he saves her from a mugging as his superhero alter ego. Owen and Kim become increasingly concerned about Jane's relationship with Ian.
Much to Janes surprise, Teri returns and that she shares a past with Ian. Paul sends pro bono clients from the firm to Jane, and Stacy stresses over the fact that her best friend might not come to her wedding.