Louis Canning helps one of his clients stonewall Alicia in a multi-million dollar case, Clarke Hayden makes a move to oust Lockhart and Gardner, and Wendy Scott-Carr helps the Feds go after Eli Gold.


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The firm is pursuing a $15 million lawsuit against a company whose chairman, Wilkes, is proving to be particularly difficult to depose. Alicia travels to a remote rural location to depose him and despite a judge's order that he make himself available for 3 hours, she barely seen him for 3 minutes. Wilkes' lawyer is none other that Alicia's nemesis, Louis Canning and her patience is growing thin. Will and Diane square off against Clarke Hayden who seeks to have them removed as head of the firm after foiling his attempt at a merger. Eli Gold is in trouble with Federal authorities over previous campaign activities and his pursuer is none other than Wendy Scott-Carr. Written by garykmcd

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6 January 2013 (USA)  »

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4.111 ****
7 January 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Excellent episode with Michael J. Fox, as Attorney Lewis Canning, attempting to match wits with Alicia, this time in a cold, wintry inn in Minnesota.

The two just prove again and again how shrewd they can be when they're up against each other in a legal situation.

In the meantime, Will and Diane try to stave off bankruptcy, and their overseer, a wonderful Nathan Lane, isn't making it any easier for them in trying to get them removed as the heads of the company.

Losing Attorney General candidate Wendy Scott Carter goes out for full revenge in trying to implicate Eli Gold in a scheme in her never ending attempt to get the goods on Michael Florrick, now candidate for governor and the man who had beaten her 2 years ago in the election for the A.G. position.

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