*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. It will be recalled that, in the Schneider case, the Court of First Instance annulled the Commission's decisions declaring the concentration, by way of a public offer of exchange of shares, between Schneider and Legrand incompatible with the common market and consequently ordering Schneider to separate from Legrand by 5 February 2003 at the latest (CFI, 1st , 22 Oct. 2002, Schneider Electric v Commission, Case T-310/01  ECR II-4071, and Case T-77/02  ECR II-4201). The Court of First Instance was now asked to rule on the legality of measures taken by the Commission following these two annulment judgments. These were decisions by which the
CASE COMMENTS: PROCEDURE - ACTION FOR ANNULMENT - INTEREST TO ACT
Merger procedure: The CFI holds that Schneider has no interest in challenging the EC merger Legrand decisions (Schneider/Legrand)
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