On January 20, the USA network debuts its newest drama, “Fairly Legal.”  The show focuses on Kate, a reformed litigator who, disgusted with the practice of traditional law, becomes a mediator, or as the network press release puts it, the “ultimate anti-lawyer.” I’ll tune in for the premiere.  I’m a little concerned, however, about the ethics of Kate’s mediation style — which is described in the press release as a “whatever-it-takes approach.”