Iceberg v. State of Washington DSHS/DVR et al
ORDER denying Plaintiff's 60 61 Motions for Reconsideration. Signed by Judge James L. Robart.(PM)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
WESTERN DISTRICT OF WASHINGTON
SCOTT FRANCIS ICEBERG,
CASE NO. C15-1232JLR
STATE OF WASHINGTON
DSHS/DVR, et al.,
Before the court are two motions for reconsideration filed by Plaintiff Scott
Francis Iceberg. (1st MFR (Dkt. # 60); 2d MFR (Dkt. # 61).) The motions are
substantively identical. (Compare 1st MFR with 2d MFR.) Both motions ask the court
to reconsider its January 30, 2017, order granting Defendants’ motion to dismiss this
action and denying Mr. Iceberg leave to amend his third amended complaint. (See 1st
MFR; 2d MFR; see also 1/30/17 Order (Dkt. # 58).) The court has considered the
motions, the relevant portions of the record, and the applicable law.
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Pursuant to Local Rule LCR 7(h)(1), motions for reconsideration are disfavored,
and the court will ordinarily deny them unless there is a showing of (a) manifest error in
the prior ruling, or (b) facts or legal authority which could not have been brought to the
attention of the court earlier, through reasonable diligence. Local Rules W.D. Wash.
LCR 7(h)(1). Mr. Iceberg fails to make either showing with respect to any aspect of the
court’s January 30, 2017, order. (See generally 1st MFR; 2d MFR; see also 1/30/17
Order.) Accordingly, the court DENIES Mr. Iceberg’s motions (Dkt. ## 60, 61).
Dated this 5th day of April, 2017.
JAMES L. ROBART
United States District Judge
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