2018 CRB Opinions

pertaining to

Sec. 31-301. Factual findings.


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Bagley v. Gardner Heights Health Care Center, Inc.
Case No. 6140 CRB-4-16-10  —  June 28, 2018

Bajramovic v. First Student
Case No. 6225 CRB-1-17-10  —  October 1, 2018

Bard v. Grade A Shoprite of Southbury
Case No. 6194 CRB-1-17-5  —  October 3, 2018

Cortes v. State of Connecticut/Judicial Branch
Case No. 6195 CRB-2-17-5  —  July 20, 2018

DeJesus v. R.P.M. Enterprises, Inc. and/or Robert M. Marion, Sr.
Case No. 6201 CRB-1-17-7  —  November 8, 2018

Fernandes v. Town of Darien/Board of Education
Case No. 6211 CRB-3-17-8  —  November 2, 2018

Garthwait v. AT&T
Case No. 6172 CRB-5-17-2  —  February 2, 2018

Hankard v. State of Connecticut Division of Criminal Justice/Office of the Chief State’s Attorney
Case No. 6226 CRB-8-17-10  —  October 17, 2018

Keyes v. Town of Branford
Case No. 6183 CRB-3-17-3  —  April 25, 2018

Longo v. National Express/Durham School Services
Case No. 6200 CRB-4-17-6  —  June 15, 2018

Melillo v. City of Derby
Case No. 6164 CRB-4-16-12  —  September 13, 2018

Pereira v. State of Connecticut/Department of Developmental Services
Case No. 6204 CRB-3-17-6  —  August 1, 2018

Smith-Glasper v. State of Connecticut/Southern Connecticut State University et al.
Case No. 6179 CRB-3-17-3  —  March 22, 2018

Spillane v. Yale University
Case No. 6192 CRB-5-17-4  —  August 9, 2018

Sullivan v. Town of Clinton
Case No. 6175 CRB-3-17-1  —  August 7, 2018

Thelors v. Jewish Home for the Elderly
Case No. 6155 CRB-4-16-11  —  April 10, 2018

Wetmore v. Paul Frosolone and Seasonal Services of Connecticut, L.L.C.
Case No. 6176 CRB-5-17-2  —  February 7, 2018


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