37 CFR 41.125 - Decision on motions.
(a) Order of consideration. The Board may take up motions for decisions in any order, may grant, deny, or dismiss any motion, and may take such other action appropriate to secure the just, speedy, and inexpensive determination of the proceeding. A decision on a motion may include deferral of action on an issue until a later point in the proceeding.
(b) Interlocutory decisions. A decision on motions without a judgment is not final for the purposes of judicial review. A panel decision on an issue will govern further proceedings in the contested case.
(1) Time for request. A request for rehearing of a decision on a motion must be filed within fourteen days of the decision.
(3) Burden on rehearing. The burden of showing a decision should be modified lies with the party attacking the decision. The request must specifically identify:
(4) Opposition; reply. Neither an opposition nor a reply to a request for rehearing may be filed without Board authorization.
Title 37 published on 2013-07-01
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