There is an unspoken truth about the Superior Courts in Connecticut: Summary judgment for employers in employment-related claims is typically a long shot. Of course, there are exceptions to the rule.

A case to be released by the Connecticut Appellate Court next week shows the difficulty but also shows that at least with regard to

Blog readers may remember my philosophy on Connecticut Supreme Court cases on employment discrimination — they take on perhaps even more significance than they might otherwise deserve because they happen so infrequently.

But even that philosophy has its limits as a case decided today shows. For most employers in Connecticut, this is one case that you can probably just