Solicitors entered into a second CFA with their client on different terms without explaining that caps on their basic charges had been removed. This was a potentially material change that had not been explained to the client and the CFA was unenforceable. Whilst the backdating of the second CFA was wrong (see Holmes v Alfred McAlpine), the agreement was not unenforceable on that ground (Langsam v Beachcroft LLP (2011).