2019 CRB Opinions

pertaining to

Sec. 31-301. Factual findings.


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Arlio v. Trumbull
Case No. 6284 CRB 4-18-8  —  July 25, 2019

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

Ayna v. Graebel/CT Movers, Inc.
Case No. 6214 CRB 7-17-8  —  March 6, 2019

Biggs v. Combined Insurance Company of America
Case No. 6247 CRB 7-18-2  —  April 12, 2019

Collin v. United Technologies Corp.
Case No. 6278 CRB-8-18-5  —  May 13, 2019

Coughlin v. City of Stamford Fire Department
Case No. 6218 CRB-5-17-9  —  February 15, 2019

DeLorge v. Norwich
Case No. 6286 CRB-2-18-8  —  August 5, 2019

DeMattia v. Dunkin Donuts
Case No. 6289 CRB 4-18-9  —  August 27, 2019

Dominguez-Sanchez v. Ta Caislean, Inc.
Case No. 6266 CRB-5-18-4  —  March 28, 2019

Frantzen v. Davenport Electric
Case No. 6091 CRB-4-16-4  —  November 4, 2019

Greco v. Precision Devices, Inc.
Case No. 6265 CRB-8-18-4  —  June 17, 2019

Hyde v. Branson UltraSonics Corp.
Case No. 6282 CRB-7-18-7  —  July 10, 2019

Lefevre v. TPC Associates, Inc.
Case No. 6255 CRB-4-18-3  —  March 26, 2019

Mauriello v. Craftsmen Litho
Case No. 6256 CRB-5-18-3  —  March 22, 2019

Mellado v. Anthony Urbano/Earth Materials, L.L.C.
Case No. 6187 CRB-3-17-4  —  January 15, 2019

Morton v. Express Employment Services
Case No. 6300 CRB-8-18-12  —  October 31, 2019

Perry v. Danbury
Case No. 6209 CRB-4-17-8  —  February 25, 2019

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

Shelesky v. Community Systems, Inc.
Case No. 6263 CRB-5-18-4  —  July 3, 2019

Tanner v. Murace Plumbing Co., Inc.
Case No. 6279 CRB-4-18-6  —  June 13, 2019

Wilson v. Stamford
Case No. 6309 CRB 7-19-2  —  December 13, 2019


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