TagAppreciable Adverse Effect on Competition

The Trilemma of Luxury Brands, Selective Distribution and Competition: An Indian Perspective

[Anmol Ratan is a fourth-4th year law student at National Law School of India University,  Bengaluru] From high-end haute couture fashion houses of Dior and Chanel to premium automobile brands of Rolls Royce and Porche, it is evident that luxury brands are manifesting their presence in various emerging global markets, and India is no different. With the advent of liberalisation and globalisation...

Green Channel in Combination Regulations: Legislative Concerns

[Basu Chandola is a Research Assistant at the Jindal Initiative on Research in IP and Competition (JIRICO)] The Competition Law Review Committee, which was established in 2018 to ensure that competition law is strengthened and re-calibrated to promote best practices, submitted its report in July this year. The Committee has recommended the introduction of a “green channel” mechanism to deal with...

Review of Indian Competition Law – Pointers

The Government of India has appointed a committee to review the Competition Act, 2002 to review the law and come up with recommendations to strengthen and re-calibrate the law.  The Committee is expected to finish its work within three months of its first meeting. I wrote a column in the Business Standard  earlier this week pointing out a few areas of low-hanging fruit that need attention. ...

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