Judgment of the Civil Service Tribunal (First Chamber) of 29 September 2011 - Angé Serrano v Parliament

(Case F-9/07) 1

(Civil Service - Officials - Change of category under the old Staff Regulations - Transitional rules for grading as at 1 May 2004 - Decision of the Bureau of the European Parliament of 13 February 2006 - Reclassification on the basis of the salary of officials receiving a compensatory payment - Applicable multiplier - Loss of promotion points - Claim for compensation)

Language of the case: French

Parties

Applicant: Pilar Angé Serrano (Luxembourg, Luxembourg) (represented by: É. Boigelot, lawyer)

Defendant: European Parliament (represented: initially by C. Burgos and K. Zejdová, Agents, and subsequently by L.G. Knudsen and K. Zejdová, Agents)

Intervener in support of the defendant: Council of the European Union (represented: initially by M. Simm and I. Šulce, and subsequently by K. Zieleśkiewicz, M. Bauer and J. Monteiro, Agents)

Re:

Annulment of the European Parliament's decision regrading the applicant at grade B*6, step 8; she had been included on the reserve list following an internal competition for change of category, before the entry into force of the new Staff Regulations, under the latter's less favourable provisions - Claim for compensation.

Operative part of the judgment

The Tribunal:

Dismisses the application;

Orders each party to bear its own costs;

Orders the Council of the European Union, the intervener, to bear its own costs.

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1 - OJ C 69 of 24.03.07, p. 31.