Judging by his luxe corporate car, sleek new office and his very own “Donna” (a whip smart brunette named Amy), the job at Sidwell Investment Group is looking pretty good on Mike. But while the now-former lawyer is enjoying the perks of his new gig, his altruistic approach to investment banking isn’t impressing a take-no-prisoners guy like Jonathan Sidwell.
At the same time, Louis learns that Eric Woodall has found a new job at the SEC, and that the disgraced former U.S. Attorney plans on sending SEC heavy hitter Jeff Malone after Pearson Specter to exact his revenge. Louis plans to use the information to position himself as the firm’s savior (and perhaps the next managing partner), but when Jeff Malone himself walks in and offers to switch teams, it knocks Louis off balance – and puts Jessica in a conflicted position, personally and professionally.
Meanwhile, Mike sets his sites on Walter Gillis, a DVD mega-magnate whose company is ripe for plundering. But instead of hostile takeover, Mike is thinking amicable agreement, an idea that Harvey, now Mike’s hired counsel, doesn’t hold in high regard. However, when Harvey uses Rachel to send the message that he isn’t taking his former protégé seriously, it sets off a chain reaction that will pit Harvey and Mike against each other, and neither one plans on backing down.