While battling an old rival to gain control of a class-action lawsuit, Alicia, Will and Diane discover that a traitor is in their midst. Meanwhile, the Florrick campaign tries to find a way to win the youth vote.

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Alicia finds herself in competition once again with Louis Canning as both try to have their firms certified as the legal representatives in a major class-action law suit. Alicia isn't quite prepared to accept Canning's conversion to the defender of the little guy after years of representing major corporations. In the process of trying to sign up complainants, Alicia gets evidence that Canning has someone inside their firm feeding him information. When they find the source, they make good use of it. On the campaign trail meanwhile, research shows that Peter is scoring high on the youth vote and he takes steps to keep it. At the office, Derek Bond announces a new client, a major bipartisan 'super' Political Action Committee. Written by garykmcd

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Around the 4 minute mark, there is an overhead shot of a neighborhood. This shot can also be seen in the movie "Groundhog Day" when Phil (Bill Murray) is looking out the window when he wakes up each morning. This episode aired on the Tuesday after Groundhog Day (1993) (Feb 2). See more »

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Who's Been Spying on Our Firm? ***
9 February 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Michael J. Fox, as clever as ever, is back in tonight's episode. He knows how to play the system as the bright attorney, who uses his personal affliction to sway people, especially juries, to his side.

In this episode a company is accused of dumping toxins which have caused women in the neighborhood to have miscarriages. Fox appears trying to get the women to sign on to a class action lawsuit. Lockhart-Gardner has the same intentions and the judge rules that they must work together.

It is with the usual good detective work of Kalinda, that it is determined that a mole exists in the company. Guess who the mole is?

Politics as usual as Peter's campaign for A.G. is heating up. Seems as though he has been informed that the youth are running to him. Hiring youths and various other promotional activities aiming at the youth voted will be offered. Politics never stops in their silly season either.


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