2022 CRB Opinions

pertaining to

Sec. 31-301. Factual findings.


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Berry v. Up Realty, L.L.C, Uplift Contracting Inc., and Handson Contracting, Inc.
Case No. 6460 CRB-8-21-12  —  November 9, 2022

Brennan v. City of Waterbury
Case No. 6430 CRB-5-21-6  —  April 11, 2022

Brown v. Coca Cola Bottling Company
Case No. 6456 CRB-1-21-12  —  September 23, 2022

Chalifoux v. Crossings East Health & Rehab Center
Case No. 6422 CRB-2-21-5  —  April 4, 2022

Cochran v. State of Connecticut/Department of Transportation
Case No. 6425 CRB-3-21-5  —  May 6, 2022

Gardner v. State/Dept. of Mental Health & Addiction Services
Case No. 6434 CRB-5-21-6  —  June 3, 2022

Lazu v. State/Dept. of Children and Families
6433 CRB-8-21-6  —  February 18, 2022

Preece v. City of New Britain
Case No. 6468 CRB-6-22-2  —  December 28, 2022 

Tinnerello v. Electric Boat Corporation
Case No. 6437 CRB-2-21-7   —   June 16, 2022


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