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Action brought on 3 July 2007 - Stefan Meierhofer v Commission

(Case F-74/07)

Language of the case: German


Applicant: Stefan Meierhofer (Munich, Germany) (represented by: H.-G. Schiessl, lawyer)

Defendant: Commission of the European Communities

Form of order sought

Annulment of the defendant's decision of 10 May 2007 concerning the applicant;

Annulment of the defendant's appeal decision of 19 June 2007;

Order the defendant to reassess in the light of the current assessment criteria the oral examination taken by the applicant on 29 March 2007;

Order the defendant to take a new decision on the applicant's inclusion on the reserve list for recruitment competition AD/26/05 in the light of the new examination results;

Order the defendant to give reasons for is new decisions;

Order the defendant to pay the costs of the proceedings.

Pleas in law and main arguments

The applicant participated in EU recruitment competition AD/26/05 (AD5 officials). On completion of the examination the applicant was notified by the examination board that he had not been placed on the reserve list as he had not obtained the mark required.

The applicant claims that insufficient reasons were given for the Commission's decision not to place him on the reserve list and claims that procedural errors occurred during the oral examination.