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Guide to the Competition Law

Guide to the Competition Law

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Description
As a reletively recent legislation, the Competition Act, 2002, as amended by the Competition (Amendment) Acts of 2007 and 2009 and largely brought into foce in 2009, there is a definite requirement for books or commentaries serving as a vade mecum for the discerning readers in the market. It is to fulfil the need for such a book that the present book is placed in the hands of the readers. Effectively, the book deals with every provision in the Act and expounds its meaning from the angle of a legal interpreter. All the relevant Rules and Regulations made pursuant to the Act have been incorporated. The commentaries have been made in crisp style without needless verbiage and interspersed with available case laws thus enhancing the utility of the book. The Appendices to the book, inter alia, include the findings of the Raghavan Committee Report, the erstwhile MRTP Act, 1969 and other relevant laws.
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Contents
The Competition Act, 2002

1.    Preliminary
2.    Prohibition of Certain Agreements, abuse of dominant position and Regulation of Combinations
3.    Competition Commission of India
4.    Duties, Powers and Functioins of Commission
5.    Duties of Director General
6.    Penalties
7.    Competition Advocacy
8.    Finance, Accounts and Audit
8A.  Competition Appellate Tribunal
9.    Miscellaneous
The Report of High Level Committee on Competition Policy and Law (The Raghavan Committee)
1.    Preamble
2.    The need for a Competition Policy
3.    Pre-Requisite for a Competition Policy
4.    The Contours of Competition Policy
5.    Anti-Competition Practices Relevant under the WTO Regime and its various Agreements
6.    Competition Commission of India
7.    Relevance of the MRTP Act in a Competitive Milieu
8.    Competition Policy and Professional Services
The Monopolies and Restrictive Trade Practices Act, 1969
1.    Preliminary
2.    Monopolies and Restrictive Trade Practices Commission
3.    Concentration of Economic Power
4.    Monopolistic Trade Practices
5.    Restrictive Trade Practices and Unfair Trade Practies
6.    Control of Certain Restrictive Trade Practices
7.    Power to Obtain Information and Appoint inspectors
8.    Offices and Penalties
9.    Miscellaneous
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Author Details
Gautam Banerjee, has written several books in law in his prolific wirting style and his books published by differenct publishers have been well received by the reading legal fraternity. This is another humble attempt on his part to place in the hands of the readers 'The Competition Law', a subject that is expected to cause many turns in the economic trends of the market. It is a strategic legislation and the establishment of the Competition Commission of India is going to go a long way in preventing adverse practices in competition, promote and sustain healthy competition and thus protect the interests of the consumers and other participants in the market. The author is a practising advocate of the Supreme Court of India and Delhi High Court and is associated with several corporate and statutory organisations in a professional capacity as legal adviser and counsel.
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