Order of the President of the Fourth Chamber of the Court of First Instance of 28 April 2005.

Microsoft Corp. v Commission of the European Communities.

Intervention - Representative association - Article 116(6) of the Rules of Procedure of the Court of First Instance - Application to participate in the written procedure - Unforeseeable circumstances or force majeure - Exceptional circumstances.

Case T-201/04.


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Document Date Name of the parties Subject-matter Curia EUR-Lex
Judgment (OJ)
10/11/2007 Microsoft v Commission
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Judgment
ECLI:EU:T:2007:289
17/09/2007 Microsoft v Commission
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Judgment (Summary)
ECLI:EU:T:2007:289
17/09/2007 Microsoft v Commission
Order
ECLI:EU:T:2005:427
28/11/2005 Microsoft v Commission
Order
ECLI:EU:T:2005:149
28/04/2005 Microsoft v Commission
EUR-Lex text EUR-Lex bilingual text
Order (Summary)
ECLI:EU:T:2005:149
28/04/2005 Microsoft v Commission
Order (OJ)
19/03/2005 Microsoft v Commission
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Order
ECLI:EU:T:2005:587
09/03/2005 Microsoft v Commission
Order (Summary)
ECLI:EU:T:2004:372
22/12/2004 Microsoft v Commission
Order
ECLI:EU:T:2004:372
22/12/2004 Microsoft v Commission
EUR-Lex text EUR-Lex bilingual text
Order
ECLI:EU:T:2004:246
26/07/2004 Microsoft v Commission
Order (Summary)
ECLI:EU:T:2004:246
26/07/2004 Microsoft v Commission
Application (OJ)
10/07/2004 Microsoft v Commission
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Reports of Cases

2005 II-01491

Subject-matter

Annul the Commission Decision of 24 March 2004 in proceedings regarding the application of Article 82 of the EC Treaty (Case COMP/C-3/37.792 Microsoft), concerning competition conditions in the markets of work group server operating systems and multimedia players or, in the alternative, annul or reduce the fine imposed on the applicant

Systematic classification scheme

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B European Community (EEC/EC)
  B-19 Legal proceedings
    B-19.07 Ancillary procedures and applications
      B-19.07.02 Intervention
B European Community (EEC/EC)
  B-19 Legal proceedings
    B-19.07 Ancillary procedures and applications
      B-19.07.02 Intervention
B European Community (EEC/EC)
  B-19 Legal proceedings
    B-19.07 Ancillary procedures and applications
      B-19.07.02 Intervention
B European Community (EEC/EC)
  B-19 Legal proceedings
    B-19.08 Procedural rules
      B-19.08.01 Admissibility and examination of applications, forms of order sought and pleas in law


Citations of case-law or legislation

References in grounds of judgment

Operative part

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Opinion

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Dates

Date of the lodging of the application initiating proceedings

  • 07/06/2004

Date of the Opinion

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Date of the hearing

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Date of delivery

28/04/2005


References

Publication in the Official Journal

Application: OJ C 179 from 10.07.2004, p.18

Order: OJ C 69 from 19.03.2005, p.16

Name of the parties

Microsoft v Commission

Notes on Academic Writings

  1. Zivy, Fabien: Intervention - Existence du droit d'intervention - Intérêt à intervenir - Demandeurs: Quelques précisions sur le droit respectif des associations représentatives et des autres personnes physiques ou morales, Concurrences : revue des droits de la concurrence 2005 nº 2 p. 89-90
  2. Barbier de La Serre, Éric: Les droits variables des intervenants devant le Tribunal, Revue Lamy de la Concurrence : droit, économie, régulation 2005 nº 4 p.72-73



Procedural Analysis Information

Source of the question referred for a preliminary ruling

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Subject-matter

  • Competition
  • - Agreements, decisions and concerted practices
  • - Dominant position

Procedure and result

  • Actions for annulment
  • Appeal brought against a sanction
  • Application for leave to intervene : application granted

Formation of the Court

quatrième chambre (Tribunal)

Judge-Rapporteur

Legal

Advocate General

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Language(s) of the Case

  • English

Language(s) of the Opinion

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