We have developed a robust and sophisticated competition law practice. We work closely with economists, accountants and other professionals to offer our clients a one stop shop for all competition law matters. Our competition practice consists of the entire spectrum of competition law including merger control, investigation and enforcement actions, reviewing agreements to ensure compliance with competition law and providing advisory services on all aspects of competition law.

We regularly represent our clients before the Competition Commission of India ('CCI') and the National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT), High Court as well as Supreme Court for alleged anti competitive practices as well as for proposed mergers and acquisitions. We have been successful in obtaining timely clearances from the CCI for several mergers and acquisitions. We work closely with our clients to formulate competition compliance policies and have also undertaken workshops and training sessions on competition law for some of the largest corporate houses in India.

We have successfully defended clients in various enquiries/investigations by the Competition Commission of India in matters which had/have far reaching impact on their marketing policies and the way they do business in India, besides financial ramifications. We have provided clients strategic advice in structuring their business and modified their agreements with their business partners to avoid any possible competition issues.

Automobile sector in India is an emerging market and we have developed expertise in providing strategic advice. Similarly, public procurement tenders have been subject of enquiry by CCI and we provide advice to clients on competition behaviour. We have defended cartel enquiries before the CCI in several matters.

Key Partners

R. Sudhinder

Senior Partner
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Adity Chaudhury

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Arka Majumdar

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Papers & Publications

06th Jun, 2022

Obligation To Notify the CCI of Combinations - An Analysis…

Obligation to Notify Combinations Section 6(2) of the Competition Act, 2002 (“Competition Act”) provides that…

11th Sep, 2019


Background ‘Jumping the Gun’, the phrase which derives its origin probably from the track and…

RECENT Updates

11th Apr, 2022

CCI substitutes Form II for notification of combinations under the Competition Act, 2002

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31st Aug, 2021

CCI imposes penalty on Maruti Suzuki India Limited for indulging in anti-competitive practices through its 'Discount Control Policy'

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29th Jun, 2021

CCI orders investigation against Google in the Smart TV market

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