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Order of the Civil Service Tribunal (3rd Chamber) of 4 September 2014 — Prigent v Commission

(Case F-111/13) 1

(Civil service — Open competition — Notice of open competitions EPSO/AD/230/12 (AD 5) and EPSO/AD/231/12 (AD 7) — Professional experience eligibility condition of Competition EPSO/AD/231/12 (AD 7) not fulfilled — Reassignment to Competition EPSO/AD/230/12 (AD 5) — Interest in bringing proceedings — Lateness of complaint — Successive requests for reconsideration)

Language of the case: French


Applicant: Oliver Prigent (Fentange, Luxembourg) (represented by: F. Moyse, lawyer)

Defendant: European Commission (represented by: J. Currall and G. Gattinara, lawyers)


Application for annulment, first, of the EPSO decision not to admit the applicant to the selection phase of Competition EPSO/AD/231/12 (AD 7) and to reclassify him in Competition EPSO/AD/230/12 (AD 5) and, secondly, of the decision to include him on the reserve list for the abovementioned AD 5 competition, as well as damages for material and non-pecuniary damage allegedly suffered.

Operative part of the order

The action is dismissed as being, in part, clearly inadmissible and, in part, clearly unfounded.

Mr Prigent is to bear his own costs and shall pay the costs incurred by the European Commission.



1 OJ C 31, 01/02/2014, p. 22.