Competition & Antitrust Laws

About the Law: The antitrust law in India that is the Competition Act, 2002, and rules and regulations made thereunder regulates businesses in India to ensure a same level playing field and effective competition in the market. The Act deals with specific provisions for anti-competitive agreements; vertical and/or horizontal, exploitation/abuse of dominant position and combinations including merger, acquisition, amalgamation and joint venture. The objective of the Act is to promote competition, protect the interest of consumers, ensure freedom of trade and prevent practices having an appreciable adverse effect on competition.

Our Services:
Cross-Border Mergers And Acquisitions, Joint Ventures, Licensing And Distribution Arrangements, And Criminal Investigations.
Merger Control Fillings During M&A Transactions.
Appearing Before The Competition Commission of India, Appellate Tribunal And The Supreme Court of India.
Assessment of Combinations, Including Assistance in Pre-Filing Consultation.
Merger Control Fillings During M&A Transactions.
Litigation Support in Relation To Cartels, Anti-Competitive Agreements, Bid-Rigging, Abuse of Dominance, Monopolization And Discriminatory And Unfair Trade Practices.

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