Hearing Held in Appellate Court Today over Connecticut Anti-Steering Law

Safelite’s attorneys told the panel of three judges for the Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit Court that the company is following the new Connecticut law, PA 13-67, and that it hasn’t changed the amount of referrals.

Safelite had appealed a lower court’s decision to the Appellate Court, seeking to halt enforcement of Connecticut’s anti-steering law. The court gave each side 10 minutes to make their argument at the hearing.

In their most recent brief, Safelite’s attorneys claimed, “The district court erred in denying the motion for preliminary injunction. Safelite respectfully submits that the order should be reversed and the matter remanded with instructions to enter a preliminary injunction preventing Defendants-Appellees from enforcing PA 13-67(c)(2) pending resolution of this action.”

For full coverage of the hearing held at Richard C. Lee U.S. Federal Courthouse in New Haven, Conn., stay tuned glassBYTEs.com and tomorrow’s e-newsletter.

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