Webster v. United States

Order denying motion for reconsideration

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Takings case involving that National Park Service was dismissed for failure to timely file the lawsuit, and the remaining claims were transferred to a federal district court in the Western District of Washington. But this case is of particular interest to anyone who has ever wondered whether to file a motion for relief from an order under Rule 60(b) or for reconsideration under Rule 59. This decision explains the differences and similarities between the two rules.

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Reference Info:Decision | Federal, Federal Circuit | United States

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