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3.7.

2010 EN Official Journal of the European Union C 179/59

Subject-matter and description of the proceedings — Order the defendant to pay the costs.
Annulment of the decision terminating the payment of the
expatriation allowance previously granted to the applicant.

Form of order sought Action brought on 12 May 2010 — de Fays v Commission

The applicant claims that the Tribunal should: (Case F-30/10)

(2010/C 179/104)
— Annul the decision adopted by the authority authorised to
conclude contracts (AACC) on 18 June 2009, by which the
payment of the expatriation allowance which had been Language of the case: French
previously granted to the applicant, under Article 4 of
Annex VII to the Staff Regulations, was terminated, and
Parties
the decision adopted by the AACC on 28 January 2010
by which the complaint brought by the applicant on 2 Applicant: Philippe de Fays (Malèves Sainte Marie Wastinnes,
October 2009 was rejected; Belgium) (represented by: N. Soldatos, lawyer)

— Order the European Commission to pay the costs. Defendant: European Commission

Subject-matter and description of the proceedings


Annulment of the decision refusing to recognise the occupa­
Action brought on 11 May 2010 — Lorenzo v EESC tional nature of the disease suffered by the applicant.

(Case F-29/10)
Form of order sought
(2010/C 179/103)
— annul the decisions of the appointing authority of 8
September 2009 and 12 February 2010 and recognise
Language of the case: French that the applicant has been unfit to work because of occu­
pational disease since 15 May 2005;
Parties
Applicant: Guillermo Lorenzo (Brussels, Belgium) (represented — alternatively and secondarily, again appoint a medical
by: N. Lhoëst, lawyer) committee consisting of doctors with expertise in diseases
caused by ionising radiation with the task of establishing
whether, in the course of carrying out his professional
Defendant: European Economic and Social Committee duties, the applicant was exposed to the risk of contracting
a disease caused by ionising radiation;

Subject-matter and description of the proceedings — order the European Commission to pay the costs.
Annulment of the decision not to include the applicant among
the officials promoted to grade AD13 under the 2009
promotion procedure.

Action brought on 14 May 2010 — Guittet v Commission


Form of order sought
(Case F-31/10)
The applicant claims that the Tribunal should:
(2010/C 179/105)
— Annul the decision of the EESC appointing authority,
adopted and published on 30 June 2009, not to include Language of the case: French
the applicant’s name on the list of officials promoted to
grade AD 13 under the 2009 promotion procedure;
Parties
Applicant: Christian Guittet (Cannes, France) (represented by: L.
— So far as necessary, annul the EESC appointing authority’s Levi, lawyer)
decision of 5 February 2010 rejecting the complaint
brought by the applicant under Article 90(2) of the Staff
Regulations; Defendant: European Commission
C 179/60 EN Official Journal of the European Union 3.7.2010

Subject-matter and description of the proceedings Action brought on 14 May 2010 — Wilk v Commission
First, annulment of the decision to close the oral procedure
opened under Article 73 of the Staff Regulations, granting the (Case F-32/10)
applicant a rate of permanent invalidity of 64.5 %, and,
secondly, an application for compensation for the material (2010/C 179/106)
and non-material harm suffered.
Language of the case: French
Form of order sought
The applicant claims that the Tribunal should: Parties
— annul the decision of the appointing authority of 27 July Applicant: Christian Wilk (Trier, Germany) (represented by: R.
2009 closing the procedure opened under Article 73 of the Adam, lawyer)
Staff Regulations following the applicant’s accident of 8
December 2003; Defendant: European Commission
— so far as necessary, annul the decision of 16 February 2010
rejecting the applicant’s complaint; Subject-matter and description of the proceedings
— as a result, conclude that the rate of permanent partial Annulment of decisions ordering recovery of one half of the
invalidity (PPI) be evaluated on the basis of the rules and installation allowance paid to the applicant following his
the scale for evaluation in force at the date of the accident divorce, and an application for damages.
and until 1 January 2006, that the application brought by
the applicant under Article 73 of the Staff Regulations be re-
examined by a medical committee made up of an impartial, Form of order sought
independent and neutral body which can work quickly, with — annul the Commission decisions of 20 August 2009 and 8
complete independence and without bias; September 2009 ordering recovery of alleged overpayment;
— order the defendant to pay default interest on the capital
due under Article 73 of the Staff Regulations at a rate of — annul the Commission decision of 15 February 2010
12 % over a period which opened at the latest on 8 upholding that recovery;
December 2004, until complete payment of the capital;
— order the Commission to repay the sum taken back by the
— order the defendant to pay damages, fixed on equitable Commission with interest at the statutory rate from the date
principles at EUR 50 000, in respect of the non-material of recovery until settlement;
harm suffered as a result of the decision taken;
— order the defendant to pay damages, fixed at EUR 15 000, — order the Commission to pay damages for having seriously
in respect of the material harm suffered as a result of the damaged the applicant’s image and reputation;
decision taken;
— alternatively, reserve to the applicant the right to claim
— order the European Commission to pay the costs. additional damages for the harm suffered;

— order the European Commission to pay the costs.