*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. – CFI (order), 5th paragraph, 10 March 2005, IMS Health v Commission, Case T-184/01. It is rare for an application for interim relief to be found to be well-founded by both the trial judge and the judge hearing the appeal. IMS Health was one of the lucky ones. This application sought a stay of execution of the Commission's
CASE COMMENT: PROCEDURES - EUROPEAN LAW - LITIGATION - ACTION FOR ANNULMENT - INTEREST TO ACT - WITHDRAWAL OF THE ACT THAT IS BEING CHALLENGED IN THE COURSE OF THE PROCEEDINGS - NO NEED TO GIVE A DECISION
Interest to act: The CFI holds that the Commission having withdrawn its decision, there is nothing left for the CFI to decide (IMS Health)
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