Where a solicitor had made a professional move, taking to her new firm a client on a conditional fee agreement, the CFA could be lawfully assigned to the new firm, since the relationship between the client and solicitor had involved personal confidence, and what drove events in the instant case was the trust and confidence that the client had in the solicitor based on her uninterrupted conduct of his case.

[2006] EWHC 151 (QB)

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