Official Journal of the European Union

C 421/54

Order of the Civil Service Tribunal (2nd Chamber) of 30 September 2014 — DM v BEREC

(Case F-35/12) (1)

((Civil service - Member of the contract staff - Conditions of engagement - Medical examination on engagement - Article 100 of the CEOS - Deferment of medical cover - Contract terminated at the end of the probationary period - Claims for annulment which have become devoid of purpose - Deferment of medical cover on the engagement of the member of staff concerned by another agency of the European Union - No effect - No need to adjudicate))

2014/C 421/75

Language of the case: French


Applicant: DM (represented by: initially, D. Abreu Caldas, A. Coolen, J.-N. Louis, É. Marchal and S. Orlandi, lawyers, then D. Abreu Caldas, J.-N. Louis and S. Orlandi, lawyers)

Defendant: The Body of European Regulators for Electronic Communications (represented by: M. Chiodi, Agent, D. Waelbroeck, A. Duron, lawyers)


Application for annulment of the decision to defer the applicant’s medical cover from the date of his entry into service and of the decision rejecting the applicant’s complaint.

Operative part of the order


There is no further need to adjudicate on the dispute.


The Body of European Regulators for Electronic Communications is to bear its own costs and is ordered to pay the costs incurred by DM.

(1)  OJ C 138 of 12/05/2012, p. 37.