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OSCOLA referencing guide (Online): Decisions of the European Commission

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European Commission

The European Commission (EC) is a part of the European Union, responsible for proposing legislation, implementing decisions, upholding the EU treaties and managing the day-to-day business of the EU. Decisions made by the EC are binding.

Decisions of the European Commission in relations to competition law and mergers should be treated as cases.

Footnote

Format:

Case name in italics | (case number) | Commission Decision number | [year]  | OJ L issue/first page

Example:

Alcate/Telettra (Case IV/M.042) Commission Decision 91/251/EEC [1991] OJ L122/48.

Bibliography

The only differences are that case names are not italicised, pinpointing is not used and there is no full stop at the end of the reference.

Example:

Alcate/Telettra (Case IV/M.042) Commission Decision 91/251/EEC [1991] OJ L122/48