I thought about it for the last couple of days - and it seems like the logical conclusion for this season. There's something about what Rachel said at the end of this episode: "You signed an agreement, this is a fireable offense" - this, right here, is a sign of what's to come. When Harvey will find out about mike working on the prison case, he'll have no choice but to fire mike in order to save PSL and its business. In doing so, he'll make one of the hardest decisions he ever had to make, and by that - putting the final nail in his coffin as managing partner.
Mike would leave PSL and move back to the clinic, only this time as a lawyer. We can establish this because of the way Nathan is treating him, and the respect he's giving him throughout this last episode. And would continue to represent everyone involved in the prison case. And the one he'd be going against would be none other than Harvey, who would be called in to settle the case on behalf of those prisons, or who would be representing the client whom this lawsuit has a conflict with.
Harvey spends all of this time building a strong company from the ground up - and you could see that once that moment comes, they'll be giving Mike some major trouble: Holly, a bonded Harvey and Louis, Alex, etc. Mike has already established his presence before this season - having an amazing memory, never getting overworked, learning from the best there is and finding and exploiting weaknesses in his opponents. Plus, he doesn't have that whole prison thing weighing him down, not after the second episode of this season.
And because of that - Harvey is going to give his all, and using every trick in the book and whatever help he can muster, to try and beat him.
The second part of this season is going to be an all out brotherly war
and it's going to be a bloody one.
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