- Sets aside the judgment of the General Court of the European Union in Giordano v Commission (T‑114/11, EU:T:2012:585);
- Dismisses the action for damages brought by Mr Jean-François Giordano in Case T‑114/11;
- Orders Mr Jean-François Giordano and the Commission to bear their own costs.
47. In the second place, Mr Giordano claims that the adoption of Regulation No 530/2008 has led to a restriction of his activity, which is incompatible with his right to pursue and carry out his occupation, as guaranteed by Article 15 of the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union (‘the Charter’), and with his right to property, as guaranteed by the first paragraph of Article 17 of the Charter.