The most controversial, thought-provoking negligence decision of the Connecticut Supreme Court last year, Bhinder v. Sun Oil Co., has been legislatively reversed by Public Act 99-69, and sent to the governor May 19 for signature.

The Aug. 11, 1998, Bhinder decision by a narrowly divided court allowed a defendant in an unsafe premises case to bring in the alleged shooter in a gas station attendant’s wrongful-death suit.

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