2017 CRB Opinions

pertaining to

Sec. 31-301. Factual findings.


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Anthony v. Aramark Corporation
Case No. 6168 CRB-2-17-1  —  December 29, 2017

Arnold v. Walsh PCL Joint Venture II
Case No. 6052 CRB-3-15-11  —  February 7, 2017

Baker v. Moylan Property Services
Case No. 6133 CRB-8-16-8  —  August 9, 2017

Dwyer v. Insperity Services, L.P.
Case No. 6083 CRB-6-16-3  —  March 23, 2017

Ferrua v. Napoli Foods, Inc.
Case No. 6137 CRB-5-16-9  —  July 27, 2017

Grant v. LeafGuard of Southern CT, L.L.C. d/b/a DiGiorgi Roofing and Siding
Case No. 6147 CRB-5-16-10  —  October 5, 2017

Greene v. Ansonia Copper & Brass
Case No. 6111 CRB-5-16-6  —  June 9, 2017

Jelliffe v. Kennedy Center, Inc.
Case No. 6104 CRB-4-16-6  —  June 16, 2017

Katsovich v. Herrick & Cowell Company, Inc.
Case No. 6148 CRB-3-16-11  —  October 4, 2017

Palacios v. Dual-Lite et al.
Case No. 6078 CRB-8-16-3  —  February 23, 2017

Pederzoli v. United Technologies Pratt & Whitney et al.
Case No. 6129 CRB-8-16-9  —  July 18, 2017

Peralta-Gonzalez v. First Student
Case No. 6160 CRB-7-16-12  —  November 16, 2017

Pisaturo v. Logistec, USA, Inc.
Case No. 6105 CRB-1-16-6  —  May 16, 2017

Pitruzzello v. State of Connecticut Department of Transportation
Case No. 6093 CRB-8-16-5  —  March 24, 2017

Rowland v. Town of Woodbridge
Case No. 6087 CRB-3-16-3  —  March 31, 2017

Shults v. D. J. Hall Roofing, LLC
Case No. 6071 CRB-5-16-1  —  January 13, 2017

Watley v. City of New Haven/Police Department
Case No. 6158 CRB-3-16-12  —  November 15, 2017


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