Bristol and West Building Society v Mothew [1996]

Millet LJ in Court of Appeal:
No reason in principle why the common law rules of
causation, remoteness of damage and measure of damages, should not be applied
in a case of equitable compensation for breach of duty and skill.
But should not be confused with cases of equitable
compensation for breach of fiduciary duty,
where it may be awarded in lieu of rescission or specific restitution.
[So Millet was saying that not every breach of duty by
a fiduciary is a breach of fiduciary duty]