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The Article proceeds from the premise, established in Part I, that federal courts must apply preclusion principles unless Congress clearly indicates otherwise. Part II considers a number of indicators of Congress's intent, and finds no evidence to rebut the presumption that federal courts must give preclusive weight to certain state decisions. Part III then proposes general guidelines for the application of preclusion doctrines in title VII litigation.
Charles C. Jackson, John H. Matheson & Thomas J. Pikorski,
The Proper Role of Res Judicata and Collateral Estoppel in Title VII Suits,
Mich. L. Rev.
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