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Denial of tenure not a deprivation of liberty (access required)

Employee’s denial of tenure was insufficient to constitute a deprivation of liberty, and the employee’s claims that the denial constituted discrimination and retaliation based on his disability were time-barred because they were not filed within one year after the denial. Background Javid Bayandor was hired by Virginia Tech as an untenured professor in October 2009. Bayandor was ...