Intentional spoliation of evidence and fraudulent concealment are acts encompassed within C.G.S. §52-557n(a)(2)(A) and, under our case law, a municipality cannot be held liable for the intentional torts of its employees.
Avoletta v. City of Torringon
Connecticut Appellate Court
January 26, 2012
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