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See Gaffin v. Teledyne, Inc., 611 A.2d 467, 474 'A class action may not be maintained in a purely common law or equitable fraud case since individual questions of law or fact, particularly as to the element of justifiable reliance, will inevitably predominate over common questions of law or fact.'. See Barnes v. American Tobacco Co., 3rd Cir., 161 F.3d 127, 1998 WL 783960 (1998). Broussard v. Meineke Discount Muffler Shops, Inc., 4th Cir., 155 F.3d 331 (1998). Cimino v. Raymark Industries, Inc., 5th Cir., 151 F.3d 297 (1998). Amchem Products, Inc. v. Windsor, 521 U.S. 591, 138 L. Ed. 2d 689, 117 S. Ct. 2231 (1997). See also Donald J. Wolfe and Michael A. Dittenger, Corporate and Commercial Practice in the Delaware Court of Chancery § 9.3 (1998). 

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