The doctrine of collateral estoppel may be invoked offensively, in support of a party's affirmative claim against his opponent, or defensively, in opposition to his opponent's affirmative claim against him.
Marques v. Allstate Insurance Company
Connecticut Appellate Court
January 21, 2013
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