The Connecticut Supreme Court in the 2001 case of Wallerstein v. Stew Leonard's Dairy explained that 'prevailing party has been defined as [a] party in whose favor a judgment is rendered, regardless of the amount of damages awarded. . . .'
Giedrimiene v. Emmanuel
Connecticut Appellate Court
May 3, 2012
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