Auster v. Norwalk United Methodist Church, et al., 943 A.2d 391 (Conn. Sup. Ct. 2008)

(defendant not liable to plaintiff for injuries sustained from dog bite because defendant not owner or “keeper” of dog under state statute imposing strict liability; no evidence that defendant exercised control over employee’s dog and ownership of premises where dog kept, by itself, insufficient to impose strict liability; case remanded for trial on issue of whether defendant liable on ordinary negligence principles). 

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