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
January 22, 1991, OCTOBER TERM, 1990.
C.A. 10th Cir. Certiorari denied. Reported below: 912 F. 2d 429.