2017 CRB Opinions

pertaining to

Sec. 31-301. Appeal procedure.


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Alvis v. Capitol Building Services Group
Case No. 6193 CRB-2-17-5  —  May 18, 2017

Cote v. Lowe’s Home Centers, Inc.
Case No. 6230 CRB-1-17-10  —  November 17, 2017

Meloni v. Raymark Industries, Inc. et al.
Case No. 5838 CRB-4-13-5  —  June 1, 2017

Rahman v. Town of Manchester - Board of Education
Case No. 6217 CRB-8-17-9  —  September 12, 2017

Roaix v. Stop & Shop
Case No. 6224 CRB-5-17-10  —  October 24, 2017

Robinson v. Town of Greenwich
Case No. 6205 CRB-4-17-7  —  October 19, 2017

Smith v. State of Connecticut/Southern Connecticut State University
Case No. 6233 CRB-3-17-12  —  December 21, 2017

Sutherland Hofler v. State of Connecticut/Department of Developmental Services, West Region
Case No. 6173 CRB-5-17-1  —  December 12, 2017

Vitti v. City of Milford
Case No. 6066 CRB-4-15-12  —  April 21, 2017


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