Among other issues presented by an unsuccessful attempt to relitigate an unsuccessful state-court takings claim in federal court, the Fifth Circuit reminded rhat the word “final” can have many meanings: “[A]lthough the rights of ‘all’ parties often need to be resolved before a judgment is ‘final’ for appeal, a ‘judgment may be final in a res judicata sense as to a part of an action although the litigation continues as to the rest.’” Tejas Motel LLC v. City of Mesquite, No. 22-10321 (March 22, 2023).

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