Episode 26: Libby Pun (Kelly Cheung)“Yes, I have no principles and cannot make decisions. But without a friend like me in between, you two would have ended our friendship ages ago!”
-When Hazel (Ali Lee) finds out that her good friends Libby (Kelly Cheung) and Martha (Mandy Wong) secretly went to see her client behind her back, she flips on them. Libby tries to calm them down, but ends up making Hazel call the end to their friendship and sisterhood.
Episode 27: Kent Cheung (Alex Fong)“OK, we will see in court then.”
-Unable to settle matters, Kent (Alex Fong) challenges KC (Liu Kai Chi) to their first, last, and only court scene of the entire drama. KC disagrees to issue a public apology for firing Martha (Mandy Wong), but Kent will not take the settlement.
Episode 28: KC Lau (Liu Kai Chi)“You have not won Kent! I still hold shares of the company. I am still a stockholder of the firm. The more you want to kick me out, the more I will fight to stay. I will continue to compete with you.”
-Shocked to see that everyone voted Hazel (Ali Lee) to be the new chairwoman, KC (Liu Kai Chi) goes to find Kent (Alex Fong), only to know that Kent had set everything up all along. At first, KC wants to continue competing, but Kent tells him he will torture him by degrading his position. This forces KC to ultimately resign from his position. Kent had agreed to work at the Beijing Ted & Baker firm for 5 years, in exchange for Hazel to be chairwoman in the Hong Kong office. And thus, this also marks the end of their battles.
The series started off like a pendulum, to a full swing, but lost momentum towards the middle. I extremely disliked how each case had the same trait of displaying how scheming lawyers are. Although I am not sure how lawyers actually work, it feels immoral to showcase every of the cases like that. And lastly, I expected a lot (which I mean more than one) more court cases than this. Their office felt more like a war zone, continuously and constantly fighting for power.