Two revenue-sharing agreements between the claimant and its solicitor providing for a contingency fee to be paid to the latter of 65 per cent of net revenues from litigating copyright issues were held to be champertous and in breach of the Solicitors' Code of Conduct. In such circumstances, it was appropriate to consider making a wasted costs order and to join the solicitor to the action in order to consider making a non-party costs order against him. There was no need to show that the solicitor had control over the proceedings for a non-party costs order to be made (Media C.A.T Ltd v Adams www.bailii.org/ew/cases/EWPCC/2011/10.html).