State v. Curcio
In State v. Curcio, 191 Conn. 27, 463 A.2d 566 (1983), the Court promulgated a test to determine whether certain otherwise interlocutory orders may constitute final judgments for purposes of appeal.
In Curcio, the court stated that "an otherwise interlocutory order is appealable in two circumstances:
(1) where the order or action terminates a separate and distinct proceeding, or (2) where the order or action so concludes the rights of the parties that further proceedings cannot affect them." Id., at 31.