*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. – CFI (ord.), pres. 1st ch., 6 May 2004, Deutsche Telekom v. Commission, case T-271/03 – CFI (ord.), 5th ch., 28 May 2004, Akzo Nobel Chemicals a.o. v. Commission, Case T-253/03 – CFI (ordained), pres. 4th ch., 14 July 2004, Hynix Semiconductor v. Council, Case T-383/03 – CFI (ord.), pres, 26 July 2004, Microsoft v. Commission, Case T-201/04 R – CFI (ordained), pres, 6 September 2004, Microsoft v. Commission, Case T-201/04 R – CFI (ord.), pres. 4 ch., 2 August 2004, Wirtschaftskammer Kärnten a. o. v. Commission, Case T-350/03 The resolution of a dispute may affect the interests of persons who are not parties to it. That is the case, in particular, in
CASE COMMENTS: INTERIM PROCEEDINGS - E.C. LAW - RIGHT TO INTERVENE - THIRD PERSON OTHER THAN A MEMBER STATE OR A COMMUNITY INSTITUTION
Interim proceedings - Right to intervene: The CFI adopts a broad interpretation of the right to intervene in interim proceedings (Microsoft, Deutsche Telekom, Hynix...)
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