2020 CRB Opinions

pertaining to

Sec. 31-301. Appeal procedure.


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Chmielewska-Bis v. Prospect Products
Case No. 6394 CRB-6-20-6  —  July 22, 2020

Counts v. Comcast of Connecticut
Case No. 6399 CRB-2-20-8  —  September 17, 2020

DeJesus v. R.P.M. Enterprises, Inc.
Case No. 6324 CRB-2-19-5  —  April 29, 2020

Lynn v. Joseph Rodriguez d/b/a John 3:16 LLC
Case No. 6374 CRB-1-20-1  —  January 31, 2020

Pelc v. Southington Dental Associates, P.C.
Case No. 6377 CRB-6-20-2  —  February 19, 2020

Proto v. Novicki Electric
Case No. 6382 CRB-5-20-3  —  March 31, 2020

True v. CH Crossings East LLC
Case No. 6391 CRB-2-20-5  —  June 5, 2020

Velky v. Regional School District #12
Case No. 6368 CRB-7-20-1  —  December 3, 2020


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