Issue: (1) Whether the of Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 23(b)(3) predominance
requirement can be satisfied when the court has not
found that the aggregate of common liability issues
predominates over the aggregate of individualized
issues at trial and when neither injury nor damages
can be proven on a classwide basis; and (2) whether a class may be certified when most
members have never experienced the alleged defect
and both fact of injury and damages would have to be
litigated on a member-by-member basis.
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