Rules of Practice and Procedure effective September 15, 2011 - page 24

Opposition). Any party who may be adversely affected by the
action may, by motion, request that the Court reconsider,
vacate, or modify the action not later than 10 days after the
action is announced.
(d) Form and Length.
Except by permission of the
(1) a motion or response may not exceed 10 pages, and
(2) the form requirements in Rule 32 (Form of Briefs,
Appendices and Other Documents) for principal briefs apply to
motions and responses.
See also
Rule 6 (Protection of Privacy)
and Rule 37 (Retention Requirements for Documents).
(e) Prohibited Nondispositive Motions.
Except as
permitted by Rules 26(d) (Combined Motions Prohibited) and
35(a)(1) (Motion for Reconsideration, Panel Decision, or Full
Court Review–Motion for Reconsideration–Permitted), no
more than one subject may be addressed in any nondispositive
motion. The Clerk will return any motion that violates this
(f) Effect of Motions.
Filing a motion does not
suspend proceedings or otherwise alter the schedule for filing
documents unless the Court grants the motion.
Rule 5(b)
(Effect of Stay); Rule 26(b)(3) (Effect of Motion).
(a) Appellant's Brief.
The appellant shall file a brief
that, unless the appellant is self-represented and submits an
informal brief pursuant to subsection (e), shall contain, in the
following order, the appropriate division headings and the
following separate divisions:
(1) a table of contents, with page references;
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