SYLVESTER TRAYLOR
v.
CATHY GAMBRELL ET AL.

AC 39641

COURT OF APPEALS OF THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT

Argued January 16, 2018
March 27, 2018

Alvord, Prescott and Beach, Js.

Procedural History

Action to recover personal property, and for other relief, brought to the Superior Court in the judicial district of Stamford-Norwalk; thereafter, the plaintiff withdrew the matter as to the defendant Bruce Wollschlager; subsequently, the matter was transferred to the judicial district of Waterbury, Complex Litigation Docket; thereafter, the court, DooleyJ., granted the motion to strike filed by the defendant Maciej A. Piatkowski et al.; subsequently, the matter was transferred to the judicial district of Stamford-Norwalk, Complex Litigation Docket; thereafter, the court, GenuarioJ., granted the defendants’ motions for summary judgment and rendered judgment thereon, from which the plaintiff appealed to this court. Affirmed.

Sylvester Traylor, the appellant (plaintiff).

Adam JTusia, with whom was Mark AMilano, for the appellees (named defendant et al.).

Maciej APiatkowski, self-represented, for the appellees (defendant Maciej A. Piatkowski et al.).

Ronald JHoudeJr., for the appellee (defendant town of Waterford).

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Opinion

PER CURIAM. The plaintiff, Sylvester Traylor, appeals from the summary judgment rendered by the trial court in favor of the defendants, Cathy Gambrell, Connecticut Interlocal Risk Management Agency (agency), the town of Waterford, Ryan Ryan Deluca LLP, and Maciej A. Piatkowski.1 On appeal, the plaintiff claims that the trial court improperly rendered summary judgment in favor of the defendants on his claims of spoliation of evidence and in favor of the agency on his claim of unfair trade practices in violation of the Connecticut Unfair Trade Practices Act (CUTPA), General Statutes § 42-110a et seq., and that the court erred in striking his CUTPA claim against Ryan Ryan Deluca LLP.

After examining the record and the briefs and considering the arguments of the parties, we are persuaded that the judgment rendered by the trial court should be affirmed. The issues raised by the plaintiff were resolved properly in the thoughtful and comprehensive memorandum of decision filed by the trial court. Further discussion by this court would serve no useful purpose. See Socha v. Bordeau, 289 Conn. 358, 362, 956 A.2d 1174 (2008).

The judgment is affirmed.

Footnotes:

1. Although Bruce Wollschlager was also named as a defendant, the action was withdrawn as to him on November 6, 2014.

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