2019 CRB Opinions

pertaining to

Sec. 31-301. Appeal procedure.


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Ayala-Lopez v. FMP Transport, L.L.C.
Case No. 6275 CRB-4-18-5  —  May 23, 2019

Cote v. Lowe's Home Centers, Inc.
Case No. 6302 CRB-1-18-12  —  January 3, 2019

Drouin v. Satellite Tool Machine Company
Case No. 6310 CRB-1-19-2  —  February 26, 2019

Kenneson v. RegalCare at Waterbury, L.L.C.
Case No. 6320 CRB-5-19-4  —  May 8, 2019

Mangione v. West Hartford
Case No. 6268 CRB-6-18-4  —  April 12, 2019

Nichols v. Advanced Polymer Repairs
Case No. 6306 CRB-3-19-1  —  November 15, 2019

Rock v. University of Connecticut
Case No. 6237 CRB-8-18-1  —  October 17, 2019

Swaggerty v. Hartford
Case No. 6262 CRB-1-18-4  —  March 15, 2019

Terracciano v. LEARN
Case No. 6325 CRB-2-19-5  —  May 29, 2019

Tomaszek v. Norton’s Auto & Marine Service, Inc.
Case No. 6249 CRB-1-18-3  —  March 1, 2019

Vitti v. Milford
Case No. 6246 CRB-4-18-2  —  January 17, 2019

Young v. North American Family Institute
Case No. 6350 CRB-5-19-10  —  October 8, 2019

Young v. Tradesource, Inc.
Case No. 6285 CRB 4-18-8  —  September 18, 2019


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