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C 37/52 EN Official Journal of the European Union 13.2.

2010

Action brought on 23 December 2009 — Scheefer v — in the further alternative and if, contrary to all probability,
Parliament the Tribunal reaches the conclusion that no conversion of
the contract is possible, grant damages and interest for the
(Case F-105/09) loss suffered by the applicant by reason of the European
Parliament’s wrongful conduct;
(2010/C 37/82)
— reserve to the applicant all other rights, remedies, pleas and
Language of the case: French actions and, in particular, an order that the Parliament pay
damages and interest in connection with the loss suffered;

Parties — order the European Parliament to pay the costs.


Applicant: Séverine Scheefer (Luxembourg, Luxembourg) (repre­
sented by: R. Adam, lawyer)

Defendant: European Parliament Action brought on 30 December 2009 — Pascual García v


Commission

Subject-matter and description of the proceedings (Case F-106/09)


Application for annulment the decisions of the defendant
refusing to convert the applicant’s contract as a temporary (2010/C 37/83)
agent into a contract for an indefinite period in accordance
with the first paragraph of Article 8 of the CEOS. In addition, Language of the case: Italian
application for compensation for the loss suffered by the
applicant.
Parties
Form of order sought Applicant: César Pascual García (Madrid, Spain) (represented by:
The applicant claims that the Tribunal should: B. Cortese and C. Cortese, lawyers)

— annul the Parliament’s decision of 12 February 2009; Defendant: European Commission

— annul the Parliament’s decision of 12 October 2009;


Subject-matter and description of the proceedings
— annul the legal characterisation of the original contract and Claim for compensation for the damage arising as a result of
its date of expiry set at 31 March 2009; the failure to pay the applicant remuneration and related
emoluments for the period 1 April 2006 — 1 March 2009
— accordingly, convert the applicant’s contract of engagement and for interest on the sum due.
into an engagement for an indefinite period;

— compensate the applicant for the loss she suffered as a result Form of order sought
of the Parliament’s conduct;
— Order the Commission to pay compensation for the damage
arising as a result of the failure to pay the applicant remun­
— in the alternative and if, contrary to all probability, the eration and related emoluments for the period 1 April 2006
Tribunal reaches the conclusion that, despite the forming — 1 March 2009 and interest on the sum due.
of a contract of engagement for an indefinite period, the
working relationship has ceased, grant damages and interest
for wrongful termination of the contractual relationship; — Order the Commission to pay the costs.