res judicata


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res judicata (rās´ joo´dikä´tə),

adj decided or determined by judicial power; a thing judicially decided.
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Because a failure of subject matter jurisdiction trumps res judicata and all other timeliness requirements, litigants with unpreserved arguments naturally seek to cast them as "jurisdictional," either by expanding the concept of subject matter jurisdiction explicitly, or by confusing it with other concepts of jurisdiction.