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decision, or (C) in a single motion, for reconsideration by a
single Judge or for panel decision in the event the single Judge
denies reconsideration. A party in a case decided by a panel
may move (A) for reconsideration by the panel, (B) for full
Court review, or (C) in a single motion, for reconsideration by
the panel or for full Court review in the event the panel denies
reconsideration. A party in a case decided by the full Court
may move for reconsideration by the full Court.
(2)
Prohibited.
A party may not move for
reconsideration
(A) of a matter if that party has previously filed a
motion for reconsideration of that matter and the Court
has denied that motion, or
(B) of the grant of a motion under subsection (b)
for a decision by a panel when the panel's decision is
that the single-judge decision remains the decision of
the Court, or
(C) of the denial of a motion under subsection (c)
for full Court review.
(b) Motion for Panel Decision.
A party in a case
decided by a single Judge may move for a decision by a panel
of the Court.
(c) Motion for Full- Court Review.
Motions for full-
Court review are not favored. Ordinarily they will not be
granted unless such action is necessary to secure or maintain
uniformity of the Court's decisions or to resolve a question of
exceptional importance. Subject to the requirements of
subsections (d), (e), and (f), a party may move for a decision by
the full Court–
(1) after a panel has decided a case, or
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