Watt and Stauch investigate what they consider to be an error in the courts: that of a failure to hold distinctive 'a breach of duty to invest prudently, from issues of causation and quantification of loss'. They use the case of Nestle v National Westminster bank  1 All ER 118 to illustrate their points. Conv. 1998, Sep/Oct, 352-361
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