(b)(1) If aparty timely files in the trial court any of the following, the time forall parties to appeal from the judgment runs from the entry of the dispositiveorder:
(b)(1)(A) A motion for judgmentunder Rule
(b)(1)(B) A motion to amend ormake additional findings of fact, whether or not an alteration of the judgmentwould be required if the motion is granted, under Rule
(b)(1)(C) A motion to alter oramend the judgment under Rule
(b)(1)(D) A motion for a newtrial under Rule
(b)(1)(F)A motion or claim for attorney fees under Rule 73 of the Utah Rules of CivilProcedure; or
(b)(1)(G)Amotion for a new trial under Rule
(b)(2) A notice of appeal filedafter announcement or entry of judgment, but before entry of an order disposingof any motion listed in paragraph (b), shall be treated as filed after entry ofthe order and on the day thereof, except that such a notice of appeal iseffective to appeal only from the underlying judgment. To appeal from a finalorder disposing of any motion listed in paragraph (b), a party must file anotice of appeal or an amended notice of appeal within the prescribed timemeasured from the entry of the order.
(e)(1) The trial court, upon ashowing of good cause, may extend the time for filing a notice of appeal uponmotion filed before the expiration of the time prescribed by paragraphs (a) and(b) of this rule. Responses to such motions for an extension of time aredisfavored and the court may rule at any time after the filing of the motion.No extension shall exceed 30 days beyond the prescribed time or 14 days beyondthe date of entry of the order granting the motion, whichever occurs later.
(e)(2) The trial court, upon ashowing of good cause or excusable neglect, may extend the time for filing anotice of appeal upon motion filed not later than 30 days after the expirationof the time prescribed by paragraphs (a) and (b) of this rule. The court mayrule at any time after the filing of the motion. That a movant did not file anotice of appeal to which paragraph (c) would apply is not relevant to thedetermination of good cause or excusable neglect. No extension shall exceed 30days beyond the prescribed time or 14 days beyond the date of entry of theorder granting the motion, whichever occurs later.
(g)(1) The trial court shallreinstate the thirty-day period for filing a direct appeal if the trial courtfinds by a preponderance of the evidence that:
(g)(1)(A) The party seeking toappeal lacked actual notice of the entry of judgment at a time that would haveallowed the party to file a timely motion under paragraph (e) of this rule;
(g)(1)(B) The party seeking toappeal exercised reasonable diligence in monitoring the proceedings; and
(g)(1)(C) The party, if any,responsible for serving the judgment under Rule
(g)(2) A party seeking suchreinstatement shall file a written motion in the trial court within one yearfrom the entry of judgment. The party shall comply with Rule
(g)(3) If the trial court entersan order reinstating the time for filing a direct appeal, a notice of appeal mustbe filed within 30 days after the date of entry of the order.