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Assignment for Days 2008-2009
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Counsel must identify themselves to the Clerk in Court not later than 15 minutes before the scheduled time of argument.

 

 

1. If a case is assigned for full hearing, the time for oral argument is limited to twenty minutes for each side; for the motion calendar, the time is limited to five minutes each side. See P.B. § 70-4.
2. Counsel are urged to provide the Appellate Court with a minimum of 48 hours’ notice in the event an appeal scheduled for full argument is to be withdrawn. See also P.B. §§ 63-9, 85-2, 85-3.
3. Cases are scheduled for a specific time, not necessarily in the order listed. Counsel must identify themselves to the Clerk in the Courtroom at least 15 minutes before the scheduled time of argument.
4. Except as noted below, all cases will be heard at: COURTHOUSE, 75 Elm Street, Hartford, CT.
N.B. The cases assigned for argument on Thursday, April 30, 2009, only, will be heard at Bassick High School, 1181 Fairfield Avenue, Bridgeport, CT.

Counsel must identify themselves to the Clerk in Court not later than 15 minutes before the scheduled time of argument.

 


MONDAY, MAY 18, 2009
AT HARTFORD

THE FOLLOWING CASES ARE ASSIGNED FOR “FULL HEARING”

10:00 A.M.

AC29833      K21N
STATE OF CONNECTICUT

James A. Killen, Senior Assistant State’s Attorney
         v.
BRENDA J. LARSEN

Martha Brooke Hansen, Special Public Defender

AC29259 / AC29460 / AC29865      WWM
DAVID S. LABOSSIERE

Norma Pierce Arel
Jackson, Harris, Burlingame & Hubert
Kaplan & Brennan
David S. Labossiere, pro se
         v.
CATHERINE A. JONES

Steven H. St. Claire
Claudia S. Weiss
Catherine A. Jones, pro se

AC30190      WWM
DAVID S. LABOSSIERE

Norma Pierce Arel
Jackson, Harris, Burlingame & Hubert
Kaplan & Brennan
David S. Labossiere, pro se
         v.
CATHERINE A. JONES

Steven H. St. Claire
Claudia S. Weiss
Catherine A. Jones, pro se

2:00 P.M.

AC29043      S20N
STATE OF CONNECTICUT

Toni M. Smith-Rosario, Senior Assistant State’s Attorney
         v.
RICHARD PALKIMAS

John R. Williams, LLC

AC29731      TSR
BRENOR JOSEPH

Christopher Neary, Special Public Defender
         v.
COMMISSIONER OF CORRECTION

Lisa A. Riggione, Senior Assistant State’s Attorney

AC30097      HHD      MARKED OVER
GARDENER HEIGHTS HEALTH CARE CENTER, INC.

Rachel Kittredge Shipman
Shipman, Sosensky, Randich & Marks, LLC
         v.
RICHARD KOROLYSHUN ET AL.

Schafler & Camera, Attorneys at Law
Wolf, Horowitz, Etlinger & Case, LLC

MONDAY, MAY 18, 2009 - Kent School

IN ADDITION TO THE CASES SCHEDULED IN HARTFORD, THE FOLLOWING CASES WILL BE HEARD AT THE KENT SCHOOL, 1 MACEDONIA ROAD, KENT, CT. See Press Release

THE FOLLOWING CASES ARE ASSIGNED FOR “FULL HEARING”

9:30 A.M.

AC29051      S01S
STATE OF CONNECTICUT

Rita M. Shair, Senior Assistant State’s Attorney
         v.
BRANDEN HOLLOWAY

Mark Rademacher, Assistant Public Defender

10:45 A.M.

AC29763      K10K
STATE OF CONNECTICUT

Melissa Patterson, Deputy Assistant State’s Attorney
         v.
JASMINE F. BEREIS

Cameron Dorman, Special Public Defender

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TUESDAY, MAY 19, 2009

THE FOLLOWING CASES ARE ASSIGNED FOR “FULL HEARING”

10:00 A.M.

AC28785      N07M
STATE OF CONNECTICUT

Timothy F. Costello, Deputy Assistant State’s Attorney
         v.
RONNELL BANKS

Heather Margaret Wood, Deputy Assistant Public Defender

AC29751      WWM
KENNETH BOVE

Jackson, Harris, Burlingame & Hubert
         v.
HOWARD W. BOVE ET AL.

Seifert & Hogan
Howard W. Bove, pro se
Douglas N. Bove, pro se
Francis Knapik, pro se
For Committee:
Mark R. Brouillard

AC30089      H12
IN RE: NATHAN B.

Mastrianni & Seguljic
Law Offices of Barbara J. Ruhe
For Minor Child: Judith C. Dayner

2:00 P.M.

AC30420      UWY
STATE OF CONNECTICUT

Rocco A. Chiarenza, Special Deputy Assistant State’s Attorney
         v.
JUAN EASON

Richard W. Callahan, Special Public Defender

AC29387      TSR
DAVID NEAL SMITH

Frank C. Bartlett, Jr., Special Public Defender
         v.
COMMISSIONER OF CORRECTION

Leon F. Dalbec, Senior Assistant State’s Attorney

AC29516      XNH
D’AMATO INVESTMENTS, LLC

Eric H. Opin
Bennett & Walsh
         v.
DAVID SUTTON ET AL.

Jonathan J. Klein
Brian Kaligian

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WEDNESDAY, MAY 20, 2009

THE FOLLOWING CASES ARE ASSIGNED FOR “FULL HEARING”

10:00 A.M.

AC29096      N23N
STATE OF CONNECTICUT

Michele C. Lukban, Senior Assistant State’s Attorney
         v.
JOHN PETTIGREW

Mary Trainer, Special Public Defender

AC29483      HHD
STATE OF CONNECTICUT

Michele C. Lukban, Senior Assistant State’s Attorney
         v.
COREY MAPP

Anthony Parent, Special Public Defender

AC29642      UWY
DENNIS W. BYARS

Dennis W. Byars, pro se
         v.
STEVEN G. BERG ET AL.

Gary Roosa, Sr.
Law Offices of Steven G. Berg
Gordon, Muir & Foley, LLP
Brown, Paindiris & Scott, LLP

2:00 P.M.

AC28946      FBT  
STATE OF CONNECTICUT

Fairfield Post Conviction Remedy Unit
         v.
MAKEE R.

Gulash & Riccio

AC29785      NNI      RESCHEDULED TO MAY 21 AT 12:30PM
ALEXANDER RISSOLO
         v.
BETTS ISLAND OYSTER FARM, LLC ET AL.

FREDERICK LOVEJOY
         v.
ALEXANDER RISSOLO

For Alexander Rissolo:
Bove & Milici
Donald F. Reid, LLC
For Betts Island Oyster Farm, LLC and Frederick Lovejoy:
Lovejoy & Associates, LLC
For Martha L. Hanford and Jonathan Lovejoy:
Lovejoy & Rimer, P.C.
Lovejoy & Associates, LLC

AC30346      NNI
ALEXANDER RISSOLO
         v.
BETTS ISLAND OYSTER FARM, LLC ET AL.

FREDERICK LOVEJOY
         v.
ALEXANDER RISSOLO

For Alexander Rissolo:
Bove & Milici
Donald F. Reid, LLC
For Betts Island Oyster Farm, LLC and Frederick Lovejoy:
Lovejoy & Associates, LLC
For Martha L. Hanford and Jonathan Lovejoy:
Lovejoy & Rimer, P.C.
Lovejoy & Associates, LLC

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THURSDAY, MAY 21, 2009

THE FOLLOWING CASES ARE ASSIGNED FOR “FULL HEARING”

10:00 A.M.

AC29360      KNL
STATE OF CONNECTICUT

Theresa Anne Ferryman, Senior Assistant State’s Attorney
         v.
JAMES N.

Gulash & Riccio
Richard Emanuel

AC29276      TSR
EDDIE P. LEWIS

Robert T. Rimmer, Special Public Defender
         v.
COMMISSIONER OF CORRECTION

Sarah Hanna, Deputy Assistant State’s Attorney

AC29565      F02
IN RE: JASON S.

For State of Connecticut:
Eileen F. McCarthy, Senior Assistant State’s Attorney
For Defendant:
Annacarina Jacobs, Senior Assistant Public Defender

12:30 P.M.

AC29785      NNI      RESCHEDULED FROM MAY 20 AT 10:00AM
ALEXANDER RISSOLO
         v.
BETTS ISLAND OYSTER FARM, LLC ET AL.

FREDERICK LOVEJOY
         v.
ALEXANDER RISSOLO

For Alexander Rissolo:
Bove & Milici
Donald F. Reid, LLC
For Betts Island Oyster Farm, LLC and Frederick Lovejoy:
Lovejoy & Associates, LLC
For Martha L. Hanford and Jonathan Lovejoy:
Lovejoy & Rimer, P.C.
Lovejoy & Associates, LLC

AC30346      NNI
ALEXANDER RISSOLO
         v.
BETTS ISLAND OYSTER FARM, LLC ET AL.

FREDERICK LOVEJOY
         v.
ALEXANDER RISSOLO

For Alexander Rissolo:
Bove & Milici
Donald F. Reid, LLC
For Betts Island Oyster Farm, LLC and Frederick Lovejoy:
Lovejoy & Associates, LLC
For Martha L. Hanford and Jonathan Lovejoy:
Lovejoy & Rimer, P.C.
Lovejoy & Associates, LLC

2:00 P.M.

AC29422      UWY
STATE OF CONNECTICUT

Robert J. Scheinblum, Senior Assistant State’s Attorney
         v.
DARRON L. GASKIN

James Streeto, Assistant Public Defender

AC30049      FST
SARA SOCCI ET AL.

Wofsey, Rosen, Kweskin & Kuriansky, LLP
         v.
JEFFREY S. PASIAK

Bello, Lapine & Cassone, LLP
Esty & Buckmir, LLC

THE FOLLOWING CASE IS SUBMITTED TO THE COURT FOR DISPOSITION WITHOUT ORAL
ARGUMENT

AC30459      HHB
JAYNE S.

Jayne S., pro se
         v.
KYLE W. S.

Theodore J. Wurz

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TUESDAY, MAY 26, 2009

THE FOLLOWING CASES ARE ASSIGNED FOR “FULL HEARING”

10:00 A.M.

AC29690      TSR
TYSHUN WILLIAMS

Robert Tilewick, Special Public Defender
         v.
COMMISSIONER OF CORRECTION

Lisa A. Riggione, Senior Assistant State’s Attorney

AC29834      HHD
ALONZO MANSFIELD, JR.

Robinson & Cole LLP
Motley Rice LLC
         v.
A & M AUTOMOTIVE

David E. Kamins

AC29907      W10
IN RE: ZION R.

Karen Oliver Damboise
Michael J. Besso, Assistant Attorney General
Stephen G. Vitelli, Assistant Attorney General
Susan T. Pearlman, Assistant Attorney General
Victor R., pro se
Valerie Alexander
George J. Duhaime

2:00 P.M.

AC29223      NNH
GEORGINA SPILKE

Georgina Spilke, pro se
Gail Lawrence, Assistant Attorney General
         v.
KENNETH C. SPILKE

Lasala, Walsh, Wicklow & Velardi, LLC

AC29498, AC30610, AC30611      CPM
IN RE: JUSTIN F., ET AL.

Susmita M. Mansukhani, Assistant Attorney General
Colleen B. Valentine, Assistant Attorney General
Kimberly A.-L., pro se
Anthony L., pro se
Jacqueline F., pro se
Counsel for Minor Children:
Hilliary H. Horrocks
Guardian Ad Litem, Lynn Alvey Dawson
Counsel for the Guardian Ad Litem:
Not Appointed

AC29912      CPM
IN RE: JUSTIN F., ET AL.

Susmita M. Mansukhani, Assistant Attorney General
Colleen B. Valentine, Assistant Attorney General
Susan T. Pearlman, Assistant Attorney General
Kimberly A.-L., pro se
Anthony L., pro se
Jacqueline F., pro se
Counsel for Minor Children:
Hilliary H. Horrocks
Guardian Ad Litem, Lynn Alvey Dawson
Counsel for the Guardian Ad Litem:
Not Appointed

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WEDNESDAY, MAY 27, 2009

THE FOLLOWING CASES ARE ASSIGNED FOR “FULL HEARING”

10:00 A.M.

AC29623      HHD
STATE OF CONNECTICUT

Timothy F. Costello, Deputy Assistant State’s Attorney
         v.
KWEKU HANSON

Kweku Hanson, pro se

AC29561      TSR
JOHN VIVO III

James M. Fox, Special Public Defender
         v.
COMMISSIONER OF CORRECTION

Fairfield Post Conviction Remedy Unit

AC29522      F01      WITHDRAWN
IN RE: JASON M., ET AL.

Gail A. Bedoukian
Susan Mara Phillips
Law Offices of Albert Unger
Lisa B. Kouzoujian
John B. Ashmeade, Assistant Attorney General
Susan T. Pearlman, Assistant Attorney General
Cynthia Erickson, Assistant Attorney General
For Minor Children:
Susan Rothenberg
Guardian Ad Litem, Children in Placement - Stamford

2:00 P.M.

AC29139      NNH
STATE OF CONNECTICUT

Melissa L. Streeto, Assistant State’s Attorney
         v.
BRYAN JORDAN

Daniel J. Krisch, Special Public Defender

AC30237      MMX
LOUIS D. CORNEROLI

Kutz & Prokop, LLP
         v.
LOUIS S. D’AMICO, CO-ADMINISTRATOR (ESTATE OF SALVATORE D. D’AMICO) ET AL.

BoneeWeintraub, LLC

AC30467      FST
CREDIT ONE, LLC

Tobin & Melien
         v.
WILLIAM HEAD

William Head, pro se

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THURSDAY, MAY 28, 2009

THE FOLLOWING CASES ARE ASSIGNED FOR “FULL HEARING”

10:00 A.M.

AC29540      TSR
STATE OF CONNECTICUT

Nancy L. Chupak, Senior Assistant State’s Attorney
         v.
LUIS E. DELGADO

Luis E. Delgado, pro se

AC30428      NNH
PAUL GOVANG ET AL.

Robert M. Singer
         v.
MICHAEL ESPOSITO ET AL.

John A. Barbieri
Law Office of John A. Barbieri

Added to the calendar by the Court:
AC30457      AAN
CONSTANCE J. JARVIS

Cohen & Thomas
         v.
CONSTANCE M. LIEDER ET AL.

Micci & Korolyshun, PC
Schafler & Camera

THE FOLLOWING CASE IS SUBMITTED TO THE COURT FOR DISPOSITION WITHOUT ORAL
ARGUMENT

AC30199      DBD
TUCCIO CUSTOM HOMES

John R. Williams, LLC
         v.
KATHY LAMONICA

Christopher G. Winans

2:00 P.M.

AC30419      HHD
STATE OF CONNECTICUT

Leon F. Dalbec, Senior Assistant State’s Attorney
         v.
CALVIN KING

Neal Cone, Senior Assistant Public Defender

AC30509      S20N
STATE OF CONNECTICUT

Tamara A. Grosso, Special Deputy Assistant State’s Attorney
         v.
ANTHONY L. HENRY

Leopold P. DeFusco, Special Public Defender

THE FOLLOWING CASE IS SUBMITTED TO THE COURT FOR DISPOSITION WITHOUT ORAL
ARGUMENT

AC29377      TSR
ANTHONY SHELTON

Michael Oh, Special Public Defender
         v.
COMMISSIONER OF CORRECTION

John A. East III, Senior Assistant State’s Attorney

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FRIDAY, MAY 29, 2009

THE FOLLOWING CASES ARE ASSIGNED FOR “FULL HEARING”

10:00 A.M.

AC29709      N23N
STATE OF CONNECTICUT

Michele C. Lukban, Senior Assistant State’s Attorney
         v.
RICHARD HAYWARD

Michael Moscowitz, Special Public Defender

AC29839      F02B
STATE OF CONNECTICUT

Michele C. Lukban, Senior Assistant State’s Attorney
         v.
MICHAEL MARSALA

Heather Margaret Wood, Deputy Assistant Public Defender

AC29480      N23N
STATE OF CONNECTICUT

Michele C. Lukban, Senior Assistant State’s Attorney
         v.
JOSEPH CARMEN J. CARBONE

Katharine Goodbody, Special Public Defender

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MONDAY, JUNE 1, 2009

THE FOLLOWING CASES ARE ASSIGNED FOR “FULL HEARING”

10:00 A.M.

AC29684      H14H
STATE OF CONNECTICUT

Laurie N. Feldman, Special Deputy Assistant State’s Attorney
         v.
MIGUEL A. COLON

John R. Williams, LLC

AC30206      FBT
CHARLES D. GIANETTI, M.D.

Charles D. Gianetti, M.D., pro se
         v.
HEALTH NET INSURANCE OF CONNECTICUT, INC., ET AL.

Robinson & Cole LLP

AC30125      FST
RICHARD BUEHLER

Richard Buehler, pro se
         v.
LILACH BUEHLER

Bai, Pollock, Blueweiss & Mulcahey, P.C.
Lilach Buehler, pro se
Counsel for Minor Child:
Not Appointed
Guardian Ad Litem, Jill Seaman Plancher
Counsel For Guardian Ad Litem:
Law Offices of Gary I. Cohen

2:00 P.M.

AC26896      U04W
STATE OF CONNECTICUT

Timothy J. Sugrue, Senior Assistant State’s Attorney
         v.
MICHAEL WINTER

Law Office of Nina Trester-Cestaro

AC28172      FST
DIANE COLLINS

Schoonmaker, George & Colin, P.C.
Tooher Wocl & Leydon, LLC
         v.
MARK COLLINS

Mark Collins, pro se
For Minor Children:
Lax & Truax, LLC

AC30037      FST
DIANE COLLINS

Schoonmaker, George & Colin, P.C.
Tooher Wocl & Leydon, LLC
         v.
MARK COLLINS

Mark Collins, pro se
For Minor Children:
Lax & Truax, LLC

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TUESDAY, JUNE 2, 2009

THE FOLLOWING CASES ARE ASSIGNED FOR “FULL HEARING”

10:00 A.M.

AC29860      F02B
STATE OF CONNECTICUT

Sarah Hanna, Deputy Assistant State’s Attorney
         v.
SUSAN BIVRELL

Kirstin B. Coffin, Special Public Defender

AC29919      AAN
LORI FITZSIMONS

Engelman, Noyes & Rubin, LLP
         v.
STEPHEN FITZSIMONS

Pamela A. Olejarczyk

AC30333      HHD
LISA D. EGAN

Lisa D. Egan, pro se
         v.
PAUL B. EGAN

Paul B. Egan, pro se

2:00 P.M.

AC29235      KNL     MARKED OVER
IAN WATKINS

Suisman, Shapiro, Wool, Brennan, Gray & Greenberg, P.C.
Ian Watkins, pro se
         v.
JENNIFER THOMAS

Jennifer Deane, pro se
John Deane, pro se
For Minor Child:
Not Appointed
Guardian Ad Litem, A-Z Legal Services
Counsel For Guardian Ad Litem:
Not Appointed

AC30020      N05
IN RE: TREMAINE C.

David B. Rozwaski
David Reich
Renee Bevacqua-Bollier, Assistant Attorney General
Michael J. LaMonica, Assistant Attorney General
Counsel for Minor Child:
John Anthony Radziunas
Guardian Ad Litem:
Not Appointed
Counsel For Guardian Ad Litem:
Not Appointed

AC30083      N05
IN RE: TREMAINE C.

David B. Rozwaski
David Reich
Renee Bevacqua-Bollier, Assistant Attorney General
Michael J. LaMonica, Assistant Attorney General
Counsel for Minor Child:
John Anthony Radziunas
Guardian Ad Litem:
Not Appointed
Counsel For Guardian Ad Litem:
Not Appointed

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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, 2009

10:00 A.M.

IN THE FOLLOWING MATTER, THE PRO SE PARTIES ARE ORDERED TO APPEAR AND GIVE REASONS, IF ANY, WHY THIS APPEAL FROM THE TRIAL COURT’S SUMMARY PROCESS JUDGMENT SHOULD NOT BE DISMISSED AS UNTIMELY BECAUSE IT WAS NOT FILED WITHIN THE FIVE DAY STATUTORY APPEAL PERIOD PROVIDED FOR IN GENERAL STATUTES § 47a-35. SEE YOUNG V. YOUNG, 249 CONN. 482, 488-89 (1999).

(1) AC30876
COREY SPRUILL

Corey Spruill, pro se
         v.
ANNE M. BRADLEY

Anne M. Bradley, pro se

IN THE FOLLOWING MATTER, COUNSEL ARE ORDERED TO APPEAR AND GIVE REASONS, IF ANY, WHY THIS APPEAL FROM THE TRIAL COURT’S JANUARY 9, 2009 RULING ON THE DEFENDANT’S MOTION FOR CONTEMPT SHOULD NOT BE DISMISSED FOR LACK OF A FINAL JUDGMENT BECAUSE THE RULING DID NOT COMPLETELY RESOLVE THE MOTION FOR CONTEMPT. SEE BUCY V. BUCY, 19 CONN. APP. 5, 7 (1989); BUT SEE BRYANT V. BRYANT, 228 CONN. 630, 636 (1994); SEE ALSO STATE V. CURCIO, 191 CONN. 27, 31 (1983).

(2) AC30769
MAUREEN J. KHAN

Law Offices of Norman A. Pattis, LLC
         v.
JONATHAN K. HILLYER

Brown & Cary
Counsel for the minor child:
Not appointed
Guardian ad litem:
Frederic Gilman
Counsel for the guardian ad litem:
Not appointed

IN THE FOLLOWING MATTER, COUNSEL ARE ORDERED TO APPEAR AND GIVE REASONS, IF ANY, WHY THE APPEAL SHOULD NOT BE DISMISSED BECAUSE (A) THE TRIAL COURT’S DECISION FINDING THE DEFENDANT IN CONTEMPT DOES NOT CONSTITUTE AN APPEALABLE FINAL JUDGMENT BECAUSE, AT THE TIME APPEAL WAS FILED, THERE HAD BEEN NO FINAL DETERMINATION REGARDING THE AMOUNT OF THE ARREARAGE IN LIGHT OF THE COURT’S FAILURE TO SPECIFY THE RATE AT WHICH PREJUDGMENT INTEREST SHOULD BE CALCULATED; SEE GIANETTI V. MESZOROS, 268 CONN. 424 (2004); SEE ALSO BRYANT V. BRYANT, 228 CONN. 630, 636 (1994); AND (B) THE TRIAL COURT’S AWARD OF ATTORNEYS’ FEES DOES NOT CONSTITUTE AN APPEALABLE FINAL JUDGMENT AS THE AMOUNT OF THE AWARD MAY BE AFFECTED BY FURTHER PROCEEDINGS ON THE NOT YET RESOLVED CONTEMPT MOTION. SEE PARANTEAU V. DEVITA, 208 CONN. 515, 524 N.11 (1998); STUART V. STUART, 112 CONN. APP. 160, 189, CERT. GRANTED ON OTHER GROUNDS, 290 CONN. 919 (2009); BURNS V. GENERAL MOTORS CORP., 80 CONN. APP. 146, 150 N.6, CERT. DENIED, 267 CONN. 909 (2003).

(3) AC30734
LINDA MAE BEHRNS

James H. Lee
Kirk A. Bennett
Sinchak & Bennett
         v.
RONALD WAYNE BEHRNS

George J. Markley
Bai, Pollock, Blueweiss & Mulcahey, P.C.

IN THE FOLLOWING MATTER, COUNSEL AND PRO SE PARTIES ARE ORDERED TO APPEAR AND GIVE REASONS, IF ANY, WHY THIS APPEAL FROM THE TRIAL COURT’S AUGUST 12, 2008 ORDER DENYING JOHN W. ROSSIER’S MOTION TO INTERVENE SHOULD NOT BE DISMISSED BECAUSE ROSSIER HAS NOT SATISFIED THE PARTY STATUS PRONG FOR APPELLATE JURISDICTION AS HE DOES NOT APPEAR TO HAVE MADE A COLORABLE CLAIM TO INTERVENTION AS A MATTER OF RIGHT. SEE GENERAL STATUTES § 52-263; KING V. SULTAR, 253 CONN. 429, 436 (2000).

(4) AC30205
WELLS FARGO BANK N.A.

Hunt Leibert Jacobson, P.C.
         v.
ANGELA M. CHIULLI

Non-appearing
For the intervenor:
John W. Rossier, pro se
For the committee:
Carl P.Fortuna

IN THE FOLLOWING MATTER, COUNSEL ARE ORDERED TO APPEAR AND GIVE REASONS, IF ANY, WHY THE PLAINTIFFS’ APPEAL FROM THE TRIAL COURT’S JANUARY 29, 2009 DENIAL OF THEIR MOTION FOR ARTICULATION SHOULD NOT BE DISMISSED FOR LACK OF A FINAL JUDGMENT BECAUSE THAT DECISION IS NOT APPEALABLE AND THE TRIAL COURT’S DECISION STAYING THE PROCEEDINGS AND ORDERING THE PARTIES TO PROCEED WITH ARBITRATION IS NOT AN IMMEDIATELY APPEALABLE FINAL JUDGMENT. SEE SUCCESS CENTERS, INC. V. HUNTINGTON LEARNING CENTERS, INC., 223 CONN. 761, 775-76 (1992); STATE V. CURCIO, 191 CONN. 27, 30-31 (1983).

(5) AC30779
REALTY WORKS, LLC ET AL.

Pullman & Comley, LLC
         v.
GMAC REAL ESTATE, LLC ET AL.

Riefberg, Smart, Donohue & Nejame, P.C.

IN THE FOLLOWING MATTER, COUNSEL ARE ORDERED TO APPEAR AND GIVE REASONS, IF ANY, WHY THIS APPEAL FROM THE TRIAL COURT’S ORDER DENYING MADDALENA VELEZ’S MOTION TO INTERVENE SHOULD NOT BE DISMISSED BECAUSE VELEZ HAS NOT SATISFIED THE PARTY STATUS PRONG FOR APPELLATE JURISDICTION AS SHE DOES NOT APPEAR TO HAVE MADE A COLORABLE CLAIM TO INTERVENTION AS A MATTER OF RIGHT. SEE GENERAL STATUTES § 52-263; KERRIGAN V. COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC HEALTH, 279 CONN. 447, 456-57 (2006); KING V. SULTAR, 253 CONN. 429, 436 (2000).

(6) AC30784
GRACE G. ALIANO

Kenny, O’Keefe & Usseglio, P.C.
         v.
PAOLINO SANSEVERINO ET AL.

Lobo & Novak, LLP
Januszewki, McQuillan & Denigris

IN THE FOLLOWING MATTER, COUNSEL AND PRO SE PARTIES ARE ORDERED TO APPEAR AND GIVE REASONS, IF ANY, WHY THIS APPEAL SHOULD NOT BE DISMISSED FOR LACK OF A FINAL JUDGMENT BECAUSE AT THE TIME THE APPEAL WAS FILED, THE TRIAL COURT HAD NOT YET ISSUED A FINAL RULING ON THE DEFENDANT’S MOTION TO CORRECT ILLEGAL SENTENCE. SEE STATE V. CURCIO, 191 CONN. 27, 31 (1983).

(7) AC30652
STATE OF CONNECTICUT

Harry Weller, Senior Assistant State’s Attorney
         v.
LEE A. HENRY, JR.

Lee Henry, Jr., pro se

IN THE FOLLOWING MATTERS, COUNSEL AND PRO SE PARTIES ARE ORDERED TO APPEAR AND GIVE REASONS, IF ANY, WHY THE APPEALS SHOULD NOT BE DISPOSED OF, PRACTICE BOOK § 85-1, AND WHY SANCTIONS SHOULD NOT BE IMPOSED, PRACTICE BOOK § 85-2, FOR FAILURE TO FILE THE DOCUMENTS LISTED OR TO PURSUE THE APPEAL WITH DILIGENCE. FAILURE TO APPEAR AT THIS HEARING AS ORDERED WILL SUBJECT COUNSEL AND PRO SE PARTIES TO THE IMPOSITION OF SANCTIONS INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, MONETARY SANCTIONS, FINES, AND/OR PROHIBITION FROM APPEARING BEFORE THIS COURT. SEE GENERAL STATUTES § 51-84 AND PRACTICE BOOK §§ 85-1, 85-2.

(8) AC30290
STATE OF CONNECTICUT

Office of the Chief State’s Attorney
         v.
GILBERT NAZARIAN

Joseph Collaruso
Brief of the defendant-appellant due on or before April 6, 2009.

(9) AC30767
LUIS FERNANDEZ

Luis Fernandez, pro se
         v.
COMMISSIONER OF CORRECTION

Office of the Chief State’s Attorney
Brief of the petitioner-appellant due on or before March 13, 2009.

(10) AC30829
STATE OF CONNECTICUT

Fairfield Post Conviction Remedy Unit
         v.
MARK G. SILVER

Office of the Chief Public Defender
Defendant-appellant’s court reporter’s written acknowledgment of the transcript order with an estimated delivery date due on or before February 25, 2009.

(11) AC30727
STATE OF CONNECTICUT

Office of the Chief State’s Attorney
         v.
CHRISTOPHER SEEKINS

Marquette Law Partners, LLP
Defendant-appellant’s brief due on or before April 3, 2009.

(12) AC29780
WESTCONN HOMES, LLC

Murphy, Laudati & Kiel, PC
         v.
ROBERT LEBEL ET AL.

Robert Lebel, pro se
Diane Lebel, pro se
Briefs of the defendants-appellees due on or before April 2, 2009.

(13) AC30571
STATE OF CONNECTICUT

Office of the Chief State’s Attorney
         v.
CHRISTOPHER BUTLER

John R. Williams, LLC
Brief of the defendant-appellant due on or before April 6, 2009.

(14) AC30060
STATE OF CONNECTICUT

Office of the Chief State’s Attorney
         v.
JAMES HARRIS

John F. O’Brien
Record due to be filed by the defendant-appellant on or before September 15, 2008.

THE FOLLOWING CASES ARE PRINTED FOR “FULL HEARING”

2:00 P.M.

AC30194      KNL
LISA K. MASSAD

Messier & Massad, LLC
         v.
SARAH J. GREAVES

Richard M. Franchi

AC30144      KNL
JOHN A. McCOOK
         v.
WHITEBIRCH CONSTRUCTION, LLC

WHITEBIRCH CONSTRUCTION, LLC
         v.
JOHN A. McCOOK

LENIHAN LUMBER COMPANY
         v.
JOHN A. McCOOK ET AL.

For John A. McCook:
Frank P. Cannatelli
For Lenihan Lumber Company:
O’Brien, Shafner, Stuart, Kelly & Morris
For Whitebirch Construction, LLC:
Bart A. Sayet
Laura B. Seder
For Sean McFadden:
Konstant W. Morell
For Regional Stairs, LLC:
John J. McGrath, Jr.

AC29606      UWY  >>  Will be submitted as a waiver case per request of counsel.
ARGENT MORTGAGE COMPANY, LLC

Law & Larson
         v.
RICHARD CZARASTY, JR.

DeManche McChristian, LLC
Franklin Pilicy
For Committee:
Law Offices of Thomas Porzio

Counsel must identify themselves to the Clerk in Court not later than 15 minutes before the scheduled time of argument.

MICHČLE T. ANGERS Chief Clerk


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