Conventional doctrine does not address itself directly to the choice among valuation techniques, although the various parochial damage formulae give some clues. Underlying this series of articles is an assumption that the doctrine makes more sense when restated in valuation terms. These articles involve an effort to restate in such terms one sector of expectation damage law-the part that governs cases in which plaintiff is a "seller."
Robert J. Harris,
A Radical Restatement of the Law of Seller's Damages: Michigan Results Compared,
Mich. L. Rev.
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