Case - WHAT Loudermill on the job application states e never been convicted of a felony Giving a false statement he had been convicted of grand

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WHAT: Loudermill on the job application states e never been convicted of a felony. Giving a false statement he had been convicted of grand larceny then was discharge for dishonest. Loudermill filed iin federal district ct claiming ohio statue was unconstitutional because it provided no opportunity for a discharge employee to respond w/o due process also discharge employees not givien postremoval hearings Distract ct case dismiss case failure to state of claim (not recognizable by law) loudermill was afforded due process SO:Due process clause gives individual on opportunity for a hearing before he is deprives of any property interest. Requires some kind of hearing prior of an employee, also hearing at a meaningful of time and meaningful manner - everyone is not entitled to a hearing due process according to the constitution. BUT only tenured employees have a property interest. - If loudermill had obtained his employment by lying on application argues
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This note was uploaded on 09/21/2011 for the course PA 490 taught by Professor Davies-macla during the Winter '08 term at Grand Valley State University.

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Case - WHAT Loudermill on the job application states e never been convicted of a felony Giving a false statement he had been convicted of grand

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