2014 CRB Opinions

pertaining to

Sec. 31-301. Appeal procedure.


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Brown v. Lawrence & Memorial Hospital
Case No. 5853 CRB-2-13-5  —  April 21, 2014

Dauti v. Lighting Services, Inc.
Case No. 5874 CRB-5-13-8  —  September 5, 2014

Ferree v. Town of West Hartford
Case No. 5834 CRB-2-13-4  —  February 20, 2014

Heyer v. City Carting Holding Company
Case No. 5896 CRB-4-13-11  —  October 14, 2014

Lazzari v. Stop & Shop Supermarket Co.
Case No. 5960 CRB-8-14-9  —  September 24, 2014

Levarge v. Electric Boat Corporation
Case No. 5747 CRB-1-12-4  —  January 13, 2014

Morgillo v. Ginnetti Trucking
Case No. 5941 CRB-3-14-6  —  July 15, 2014

Quinones v. R W Thompson Company, Inc.
Case No. 5792 CRB-1-12-10  —  January 16, 2014

Reid v. Sheri A. Speer d/b/a Speer Enterprises, LLC
Case No. 5818 CRB-2-13-1  —  January 28, 2014

Van Fleet v. Balfour Beatty Construction
Case No. 5801 CRB-4-12-11  —  March 17, 2014

Wiblyi v. McDonald’s Corporation
Case No. 5883 CRB-1-13-10  —  October 3, 2014


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