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Phelan v. Taylor

U.S.
Jan 22, 1991
498 U.S. 1068 (1991)

Summary

stating "we have held that the constitutionally protected property interest in employment does not extend to the right to possess and retain a particular job or to perform particular services. . . . Rather, the property interest is more generally in continued employment, and no deprivation exists so long as the employee receives `payment of the full compensation due under the contract.'"

Summary of this case from Pratt v. Ottum

Opinion

No. 90-882.

January 22, 1991, OCTOBER TERM, 1990.


C.A. 10th Cir. Certiorari denied. Reported below: 912 F. 2d 429.


Summaries of

Phelan v. Taylor

U.S.
Jan 22, 1991
498 U.S. 1068 (1991)

stating "we have held that the constitutionally protected property interest in employment does not extend to the right to possess and retain a particular job or to perform particular services. . . . Rather, the property interest is more generally in continued employment, and no deprivation exists so long as the employee receives `payment of the full compensation due under the contract.'"

Summary of this case from Pratt v. Ottum
Case details for

Phelan v. Taylor

Case Details

Full title:PHELAN ET AL. v. TAYLOR ET AL

Court:U.S.

Date published: Jan 22, 1991

Citations

498 U.S. 1068 (1991)

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