Where the claimant’s CFA contained a term that the solicitors would provide the claimant with an indemnity if she was unable to obtain ATE insurance, the indemnity was enforceable and not champertous. It was a contract for the provision of legal services, with an indemnity clause whereby the solicitor undertook to pay the opponent's costs, in the event that that became necessary. It was not properly characterised as a contract of insurance (Morris v London Borough of Southwark www.bailii.org/ew/cases/EWHC/QB/2010/B1.html).