Alright this is going to be slightly vague but I've been looking through the Wiki and doing a few general internet searches and no luck so far.
I'm trying to remember the name of a PC game from a few years back in which you ran a law firm. The base gameplay was somewhat along the line of The Sims, with characters controlled from a top-down perspective and most actions performed by interacting with objects in the environment. You could take on cases and work on them, and that was how you made income for your firm. I believe there were three starting scenarios but it basically worked out with 2-5 people in your firm who could interact with one another.
Sorry I can't be much more specific. If anyone can help me out here that would be fantastic.