2015 CRB Opinions

pertaining to

Sec. 31-298. Conduct of hearings. Evidence.


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Camp v. Lupin Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
Case No. 5936 CRB-6-14-5  —  April 24, 2015

Hatcher v. State of Connecticut University of Connecticut Health Center
Case No. 5903 CRB-1-13-12  —  January 22, 2015

Jodlowski v. Stanley Works
Case No. 5976 CRB-6-15-1  —  August 12, 2015

Lazzari v. Stop & Shop Supermarket Co.
Case No. 5978 CRB-8-14-12  —  July 23, 2015

Quinones v. R W Thompson Company, Inc.
Case No. 5953 CRB-6-14-7  —  July 29, 2015

Raphael v. Connecticut Ballet, Inc.
Case No. 5985 CRB-7-15-2  —  December 10, 2015

Sanchez v. Edson Manufacturing
Case No. 5980 CRB-6-15-1  —  October 6, 2015

Staurovsky v. City of Milford - Police Department
Case No. 5906 CRB-4-14-1  —  January 30, 2015

Summers v. R R Donnelley Printing Company
Case No. 5914 CRB-1-14-2  —  February 26, 2015


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