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By Nidhi Singh Prakash
The Preamble of the Competition Act, 2002 (Act) states that it is aimed at preventing practices having an ‘adverse effect on competition'. Competition does not exist in a vacuum but in a marketplace.
By Chandramauli Dwivedi
On 21 September 2017, Hon'ble High Court of Bombay brought down the curtains on CCI's ambitious effort to investigate a telecom cartel.
By Arjun Singh
In a recent order, the Competition Commission of India penalized 10 transportation companies for rigging bids in response to tenders floated by a public sector undertaking for transportation of coal and sand.
By Prerna Parashar
The CCI has adjudicated on the concept of RPM, through three decided judgments.
By Dipti Lavya Swain, Srabanee Ghosh
Post-closing adjustments are typically included in the transaction documents of any M&A transaction when there is a period of time between the determination of purchase price...
By Nidhi Singh Prakash
Initially, the Competition Act, 2002 did not provide for setting up of an Appellate Tribunal, accordingly a person aggrieved by an order of Competition Commission of India was required to file....
By G R Bhatia
Realizing that India is one of the fastest growing economy of the world and recognizing that the growth process is driven inter-alia by Mergers & Acquisitions, Indian Competition Act...
By Anirban Bhattacharya, Bharat Chugh
The Jaypee Infratech Insolvency has once again brought to the fore the issue of legal position of flat buyers and remedies available to them under the Insolvency and Banking Code ("IBC").
By Modhulika Bose
It was against this background that the Commission was considering the Informant's case.
By Shinoj Koshy, Sukanya Bhattacharya
On 21 June, the Securities and Exchange Board of India ("SEBI") inter-alia, approved proposals to:
By Bhaavya Roy
Advertising Industry is the second fastest growing industry, both in Asia and in India. Over the time, it has evolved from being a small scale business into a large scale industry.
By Vaibhav Kakkar, Sahil Arora
In the space of a month, the Delhi High Court has delivered two judgements that significantly impact the interplay between enforcement of foreign arbitral awards in India and the foreign exchange regime
By Rajiv Luthra
Rajiv Luthra (Founder & Managing Partner, Luthra & Luthra Law offices) chats with us about his remarkable career.
By Sanjeev Kumar
In a recent trend in corporate litigation in India, it has been observed that shell foreign companies, controlled by Indians, are floated in tax haven jurisdictions to carry out business activities...
By Dipti Lavya Swain, Harshit Anand
The last two years witnessed a remarkably high activity in the overhaul of India's regulatory framework.