Rules of Practice and Procedure effective September 15, 2011 - page 8

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(2) a reference transmittal identifying the Board
decision with any necessary personal identifiers, which when
electronically filed will be locked (
see
E-Rule 4(d)(Locked
Documents); and
(3) if applicable, the filing date of any motion for
reconsideration or vacatur of the Board decision, and the date
and nature of any action on such a motion.
RULE 5. STAY OF APPELLATE PROCEEDINGS
(a)
Grounds.
On its own initiative or on a motion by a
party or an organization operating under the provisions of
Public Law No. 102-229, the Court may stay its proceedings
when–
(1) a motion has been filed for the Board to reconsider
or vacate its decision, or
(2) an organization operating under the provisions of
Public Law No. 102-229 is conducting case evaluation, or
(3) it is otherwise in the interest of judicial efficiency.
See
also
Rule 45(g)(5)(Duties of the Clerk).
(b)
Effect of Stay.
Unless and until the Court grants a
motion under this Rule, such a motion does not suspend
proceedings or interrupt preexisting filing schedules. Unless
otherwise ordered, when a stay expires or is lifted, the
preexisting filing schedule resumes at the point at which it was
stayed.
(c)
Continuation of Stay.
Prior to the expiration of a
stay, a party or an organization operating under the provisions
of Public Law No. 102-229 may move for continuation of the
stay. Such motion shall satisfy the requirements of Rule 27(a)
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