It's late, and Mike Ross is rounding first with Jenny at his apartment when Harvey calls from the office. Harvey tells Mike that they have to fire Stan Jacobson, the senior vice president of their client and accounting firm, Dreibach Accounting. Apparently, Jacobson lied on his resume about having gone to business school and having a CPA license. The similarities to Mike's situation aren't lost on him.
Once Harvey gets Jacobson into his office, he and Mike find out that the accounting company had known about Jacobson's fake resume for the past five years. Jacobson claims he's getting railroaded about his credentials because he recently discovered some illicit book-cooking. Jacobson storms out of the office without signing his severance package that includes a confidentiality agreement.
Mike and Harvey have to decide whether to uncover what's happening behind closed doors at Dreibach Accounting or get Jacobson to sign away his career.