Corporate & Commercial
The Competition Act 2002 is the principal legislation that regulates combinations such as acquisitions, mergers, amalgamations, and de-mergers in India. Additionally, the Competition Commission of India (CCI) is the statutory authority responsible for evaluating and assessing whether the above-mentioned combinations cause or are likely to cause an appreciable adverse effect on competition within the relevant markets in India. Our team of Competition/Antitrust lawyers is involved in precedent-setting matters, with expertise spanning across regulation of combinations, cartels, abuse of dominance issues, preventive compliance work along with actively filing leniency applications.
We have affirmed the rights of our clients against the unfair conduct and abuse of dominant position by others and vice versa. Our experience across a wide range of industries and practice areas in courts and quasi-judicial bodies equips us to handle civil and criminal antitrust litigation.
Our lawyers represent clients from different industry sectors before the High Court, Competition Commission of India, and Competition Appellate Tribunal (COMPAT).