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Pride and Prejudice is the second episode of the second season of Goliath.

Short SummaryEdit

Billy scrambles to get his wrongful death lawsuit into court by any means necessary.[1]

Full Summary Edit

Billy is released from lockup the next morning and rushes to the courthouse where he arrives late, only to find that the judge has already dismissed the case in his absence. Cooperman decides to counter-sue Billy for malicious prosecution. Billy visits Rachel to apologize and to take up the case once again, but she turns him away. The stalker visits the fishermen to find out what they told Billy. Billy asks a court clerk to help him get his case back up before the judge in the state court, refiles the case in federal court under the High Seas act, and meets with Patty and begs her to help him get Rachel back on board. Cooperman is revealed to be spying on his employees, including Lucy, who is tasked with drafting the countersuit as well as the motion to dismiss the new case. Brittany tries to quit working for Billy and introduces Marva as her replacement, but is convinced to stay. Rachel visits Gina, who reminds her that Ryan had left a suicide note and berates her for reopening old wounds. The case is mysteriously dismissed from federal court but gets reinstated to the state court. Leonard Letts, general counsel for Borns Tech, is unhappy with Cooperman's prioritizing his revenge against Billy over Borns Tech's interests in the case. Letts finds out that Ryan used to work on a top-secret project. The case goes up before Judge Keller, who attempts to summarily dismiss it. Billy openly bad-mouths the judge, who holds him in contempt, thereby entitling him to a hearing on the matter. As they leave the court, Rachel is run over by a speeding van. 

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ReferencesEdit

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