Rules of Practice and Procedure effective September 15, 2011 - page 36

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made by motion filed reasonably in advance of the date fixed
for argument and shall contain a showing of good cause.
(e) Order and Content of Argument.
The appellant
will generally open and conclude the argument. In argument
on motions, the movant generally will open and conclude the
argument.
(f) Nonappearance of Parties.
If any party fails to
appear to present argument, the Court may hear argument by
any other party who is present.
(g) Physical Exhibits.
A party who wishes to use
physical exhibits other than documents shall arrange with the
Clerk to have them placed in the courtroom on the date of the
argument before the Court convenes. After the argument, the
party shall remove the exhibits unless the Court otherwise
directs. If the exhibits are not reclaimed within a reasonable
time after notice is given by the Clerk, they will be disposed of
by the Clerk.
Practitioner's Note: The Court's
oral
argument
Guide for Counsel
is available on
the Court's website at
or by request.
RULE 35. MOTIONS FOR RECONSIDERATION,
PANEL DECISION, OR FULL COURT REVIEW
(a) Motion for Reconsideration.
(1)
Permitted
. A party in a case dismissed by the Clerk
pursuant to Rule 45(h) (Sua Sponte Dismissal of Cases) may
move for reconsideration by the Clerk. If the Clerk denies such
reconsideration, the matter will be referred for decision by a
Judge. A party in a case decided by a single judge may move
(A) for reconsideration by the single Judge, (B) for panel
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