Rules of Practice and Procedure effective September 15, 2011 - page 38

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(2) after a panel has denied a motion for reconsideration
or granted a motion for a decision by a panel but held that the
single-judge decision remains the decision of the Court.
(d) Time for Motion.
Any motion under this Rule
shall be filed not later than 21 days (51 days if the motion is
filed by an appellant, petitioner, or representative located
outside the United States, Puerto Rico, or the Virgin Islands)
after the date of the dispositive action for which
reconsideration, panel review, or full Court review is sought.
Practitioner's Note: Because a motion for
reconsideration by the single Judge may be
combined with a motion for panel decision,
the filing of a motion for reconsideration does
not toll the running of the time for filing a
separate motion for panel decision. Likewise,
because a motion for panel reconsideration
may be combined with a motion for full
Court review, the filing of a motion for panel
reconsideration does not toll the running of
the time for filing a separate motion for full
Court review. Thus, to be timely, any motion
for panel or full Court review must be filed
within the 21-day filing period.
(e) Content of Motion.
A motion under this Rule
shall contain a supporting argument. In addition–
(1) a motion for panel decision, or a motion for single-
judge, panel, or full Court reconsideration shall state the points
of law or fact that the party believes the Court has overlooked
or misunderstood;
(2) a motion for panel decision also must state why the
resolution of an issue before the Court would establish a new
rule of law; modify or clarify an existing rule of law; apply
established law to a novel fact situation; constitute the only
recent, binding precedent on a particular point of law; involve a
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