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Judgment of the Civil Service Tribunal (Second Chamber) of 26 May 2011 - Kalmár v Europol

(Case F-83/09) 1

(Staff case - Europol staff - Dismissal - Request for annulment - Payment of remuneration - Effect of judgment ordering annulment)

Language of the case: Dutch


Applicant: Andreas Kalmár (The Hague, Netherlands) (represented by: D. C. Coppens, lawyer)

Defendant: Europol (represented by: D. Neumann and D. El Khoury, agents, and by B. Wägenbaur, lawyer)


Annulment of the decisions of Europol of 4 and 24 February 2009 concerning the applicant's dismissal and his suspension for the period of notice. In addition, application for compensation for the non-material harm suffered by the applicant.

Operative part of the judgment

The Tribunal:

annuls the decision of 4 February 2009 whereby the Director of Europol terminated Mr Kalmár's fixed-term contract, the decision of 24 February 2009 whereby the Director of Europol relieved him of the duty to serve his period of notice, and the decision of 18 July 2009 rejecting his complaint;

orders Europol to pay the applicant a sum of EUR 5 000 in damages;

dismisses the action for the remainder;

orders Europol to bear its own costs and to pay the costs of Mr Kalmár.


1 - OJ C 24, 30.1.2010, p. 80.