*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. – CFI, 19 June 2009, Socratec v. Commission, Case T-269/03 – IFC, 19 June 2009, Qualcomm v. Commission, Case T-48/04 Both judgments relate to the Commission's 2003 decision approving the merger between DaimlerChrysler and Deutsche Telekom for the creation of a motorway toll collection system. Two rival companies of the merging parties, Socratec and Qualcomm, brought actions for annulment of that decision. First case: No need to adjudicate following the applicant's compulsory liquidation Socratec had been in compulsory liquidation since March 2004 and had not carried out any
CASE COMMENT: PROCEDURES - MERGER CONTROL - MOOTNESS - ADMISSIBILITY
Locus standi: The CFI holds that an applicant in liquidation ceases to have an interest in an annulment proceeding against a merger control decision (Socrate - Qualcomm)
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