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This is a sequel to the 2003 series "Survivor's Law". However, three of the original cast (Raymond Lam, Myollie Wu and Bernice Liu) did not act in this sequel due to their filming schedule conflicts.

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The 2003 series left off with Vincent Cheuk Wai-ming (Sammul Chan) being suspended from practising law. In this new series, he started off as an assistant in T&B which is owned by husband and wife team, Brandon (Waise Lee) and Brenda (Rebecca Chan). Here, Vincent's girlfriend, Jessica (played by Bernice Liu in 2003), has already left Hong Kong and soon we find out that she is getting married to someone else. In the meantime, Choi Yuk (Selena Li) is the lady in waiting and dotes on Vincent. Yuk is a simple girl who wants nothing but a happy and loving family. She is ready to wait for Vincent to establish himself in the legal profession. He did, eventually leaving T&B to become a barrister. As in the 2003 series, Vincent is still very much self-centered and would act unscrupulously if it is for his, or his client's benefit. However, all is not lost as he does alternate between behaving badly and having a conscience. He does want Yuk to have a good life and he works hard to provide for a secure future.