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Sample CT Class Action Cases

... The plaintiffs claim that denial of class certification ends the claims of absentee plaintiffs and threatens rights they possess with respect to the class action. ... The plaintiffs filed a class action complaint against the defendant on October 4, 2004. ...

... A trial court nonetheless has broad discretion in determining whether a suit should proceed as a class action. . ... In determining the propriety of a class action, [however] the question is not whether the plaintiff or plaintiffs have stated a cause of action or will prevail on the merits . . ...

... 855, 885, 792 A.2d 774 (2002); accord Luce v. United Technologies Corp., 247 Conn. 126, 144, 717 A.2d 747 (1998). `If, however, state action invidiously discriminates against a suspect class or affects a fundamental right, the action passes constitutional muster . . . ...

... This interlocutory appeal [1] stems from the trial court's denial of a motion to dismiss, on the basis of sovereign immunity, a putative class action brought by the plaintiffs, four state employees, [2] to recover damages from the defendant, the state of Connecticut, pursuant to ...

... The plaintiffs in this class action, who are former employees of the defendants, argue that the forfeiture provisions of the plans violate the wage statutes because: (1) they enable the defendants to withhold accrued wages, including bonuses, from their employees; (2) the ...

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