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Order of the General Court of 20 September 2018 — Leino-Sandberg v Parliament

(Case T-421/17) 1

(Access to documents — Document relating to a decision refusing a third party full access to trilogue tables relating to the proposal for a regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council on Europol and repealing Decisions 2009/371/JHA and 2005/681/JHA — Refusal to grant access — Second indent of Article 4(2) of Regulation (EC) No 1049/2001 — Exception for the protection of court proceedings — Disclosure after the action had been brought — No longer any interest in bringing proceedings — No need to adjudicate)

Language of the case: English


Applicant: Päivi Leino-Sandberg (Helsinki, Finland) (represented by: O. Brouwer and S. Schubert, lawyers)

Defendant: European Parliament (represented by: C. Burgos, S. Alves and L. Anagnostopoulou)


Application pursuant to Article 263 TFEU seeking annulment of Decision A(2016) 15112 of the European Parliament of 3 April 2017 refusing to grant the applicant access to Decision A(2015) 4931 of the Parliament of 8 July 2015 addressed to Mr Emilio De Capitani.

Operative part of the order

There is no longer any need to adjudicate on the action brought by Ms Päivi Leino-Sandberg.

There is no longer any need to adjudicate on the applications to intervene lodged by the Republic of Finland and the Kingdom of Sweden.

Each party shall bear its own costs, including those incurred in respect of the applications to intervene.

The Republic of Finland and the Kingdom of Sweden shall each bear their own costs. A copy of this order shall be transmitted to them.


1     OJ C 293, 4.9.2017.