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Labor & Employment – Constitutional – Due Process – Liberty Interest – Termination – Tort/Negligence – Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress (access required)

Bryant v. Village of Bald Head Island (Lawyers Weekly No. 15-02-0806, 12 pp.) (Malcolm Howard, S.J.) 7:14-cv-00223; E.D.N.C. Holding: By publishing allegedly false explanations for firing plaintiff and refusing to give him a hearing to refute the explanations, defendant may have deprived plaintiff of a liberty interest without due process. Defendants’ motion to dismiss is granted as ...

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