“Most of the time, to be sure, Rule 60(b) orders denying relief are final and appealable because ‘Rule 60(b) motions ordinarily are made only after the district court has disposed completely of the subject litigation.’  But this is not so when unresolved matters remain pending in the district court. Where there is no ‘effective termination[] of district-court proceedings, a denial of a Rule 60(b) motion is not final for purposes of 28 U.S.C. § 1291.” Gross v. Keen Group, No. 20-20594 (Dec. 2, 2021) (citations omitted).

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