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XI. PRACTICAL CONSIDERATIONS
  A. Get Expert Assistance and Prepare
  B. Focus on What is Required to Make the Plaintiff Whole
  C. Focus on Economic Reality
  D. Develop Credible Evidence of Plaintiff's Intent to Exercise Options and Sell and the Plaintiff's Intended Timing or, Conversely, the Lack of Same
  E. Tailor the Competing Measures of Damages to What is Required to Make the Plaintiff Whole and Realize Economic Reality Under the Facts of the Case
  F. Craft Appropriate Jury Instructions Well in Advance of Trial on the Damage and Mitigation Issues
  G. Make the Record
  H. Challenge the Opposing Party's Record and Preserve All Objections

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