CJEU Case C-714/17 P / Order

Kevin Karp v European Parliament
Policy area
Institutional affairs
Deciding body type
Court of Justice of the European Union
Deciding body
Court (Ninth Chamber)
Decision date
ECLI (European case law identifier)
  • CJEU Case C-714/17 P / Order

    Key facts of the case:

    Appeal — Article 181 of the Rules of Procedure of the Court of Justice — Civil service — Act having an adverse effect — Accredited parliamentary assistant — Member of the contract staff — Recruitment — Classification in grade.

    Outcome of the case:

    On those grounds, the Court (Ninth Chamber) hereby orders:

    1. The appeal is dismissed as in part manifestly inadmissible and in part manifestly unfounded.
    2. Mr Kevin Karp is to bear his own costs.
  • Paragraphs referring to EU Charter

    30) By the fifth ground of appeal, the appellant alleges infringement of Article 41(1) to (3) of the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union. In paragraph 39 of the order under appeal, the General Court concluded, with regard to the alleged infringement of the principle of good administration, that the appellant merely cited extracts from that provision and invoked the same arguments as those already rejected in the order under appeal in connection with the other pleas in law. I note that the present ground of appeal is not substantiated by any facts or points of law.