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Competition Law in India (A Comprehensive guide to understanding the development of the competition law in India)

Competition Law in India (A Comprehensive guide to understanding the development of the competition law in India)

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  • Author(s): Jayant Kumar
  • Brand: Eastern Law House
  • Edition: 2 Ed 2014
  • ISBN 13 9788171772919
  • Approx. Pages 769 + contents
  • Format Paperback
  • Delivery Time Normally 7-9 working days

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Description
The principles of competition law govern many aspects of the day to day operations of any business. The burgeoning powers of the Indian competition authority to impose heavy penalties make it imperative that the enterprises, having operations in India, are fully aware of the developing principles of competition law. Further, similar to other jurisdictions, Indian competition law applies to agreements and conduct even outside India to evaluate whether such conduct violates the touchstone of "appreciable adverse effect on competition" in India. Scope of the book This book aims at providing a practical insight on the evolving nuances of Indian competition law to enterprises, their management and officers in charge, on all three substantive aspects of the Competition Act 2002, i.e. provisions relating to anti-competitive agreements, abuse of dominance and merger control provisions. The book traces the march from the erstwhile MRTP regime to the new competition law regime and provides an insight into the Indian competition jurisprudence being shaped by the Competition Commission of India from 2009 to date. Comparative analysis The book provides adequate reference to the relevant provisions and jurisprudence of EU and US competition law, to provide a context and deeper insight into international best practices in competition law. The book is a "must have" for all legal practitioners and enterprises in the sphere of competition law, given that the nodal agency. Competition Commission of India, has lately become very aggressive in its enforcement outlook.
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Contents
Chapter 1.    Introduction
Chapter 2.    Anti-competitive Agreements and Competition Law
Chapter 3.    Abuse of Dominance
Chapter 4.    Regulation of Combinations
Chapter 5.    Intellectual Property and Competition Law
Appendices
Appendix 1. The Competition Act, 2002
Appendix 2. High level Committee on Competition Policy and Law (the Raghavan Committee)
Index
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Author Details
Abir Roy
, BA, LLB (Hons. in Corporate) Partner, Khare Legal Chambers LLP
Jayant Kumar, BSc, LLB (Hons. In IPR), LLM (IPR), George Washington University Law School
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