Dollard v. Board of Education
In Dollard v. Board of Education, 63 Conn. App. 550, 552-53, 777 A.2d 714 (2001), the plaintiff alleged that the defendants hypercritically scrutinized every aspect of her work and personal life, publicly admonished her and organized a plan to force her to resign.
Despite those allegations, the Court determined that the defendants' actions did not constitute outrageous or extreme conduct. Id., at 554.