While mediating a case between a nursing home and a patient, Kate discovers that the only witness who can clear an innocent nurse of negligence is also a fugitive on the lam for 20 years. Kate enlists Ben to negotiate a deal with the D.A.'s office for her to turn herself in. But when a old flame of Ben's gets involved, things take a more complicated turn, and Kate needs the help of both Justin and Ben when the District Attorney accuses her of aiding and abetting a fugitive. Lauren prepares to negotiate the sale of a client's airline.
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[in conference room
I'm sorry, this looks like negligence to me.
I didn't do anything...
I'm sorry, sweetie, can I just finish what I was saying? This nurse was on her cellphone instead of taking care of my client. As a result, my client, Mrs. Gelman, broke her hip and continues to suffer from complications.
From the nursing home's point of view, there is no proof of negligence.
There is a broken hip. And the lady connected to it, was there. Here's a picture...
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