Webster v. United States

Order denying motion for reconsideration


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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Published In: Civil Procedure Updates, Constitutional Law Updates, Environmental Updates

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

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