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Declaratory Judgment Law Supreme Court Opinion

by Carey, Sean


SC20755 - Cerame v. Lamont (“The sole issue in this case, which comes to us on certification from the United States District Court for the District of Connecticut; see General Statutes § 51-199b (d); is whether the speech alleged in the complaint of the plaintiff, Mario Cerame, comes within the scope of the phrase ‘by his advertisement,’ as used in General Statutes § 53-37. Because the plaintiff’s complaint does not allege any speech constituting an ‘advertisement,’ we conclude that § 53-37 does not apply.”)