2013 CRB Opinions

pertaining to

Sec. 31-278. Jurisdiction/Disqualification.


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Iorlano v. Electric Boat Corporation
Case No. 5754 CRB-2-12-5  —  April 29, 2013

Kinsey v. World Pac
Case No. 5783 CRB-7-12-10  —  September 17, 2013

Lee v. Empire Construction Special Projects, LLC et al.
Case No. 5751 CRB-2-12-5  —  August 8, 2013

Michaelson v. Empire Construction Special Projects, LLC et al.
Case No. 5752 CRB-2-12-5  —  August 8, 2013

Morales v. City of Bridgeport/Fire Department
Case No. 5750 CRB-4-12-5  —  April 29, 2013

Murray v. Town of Stratford
Case No. 5812 CRB-4-12-12  —  December 11, 2013

Snyder v. Gladeview Healthcare Center
Case No. 5735 CRB-8-12-2  —  February 27, 2013

Springer v. J. B. Hunt Transport
Case No. 5573 CRB-5-10-7  —  October 25, 2013


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