Antitrust & Competition

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With globalisation and liberalisation in the country, India has seen emergence of competition in the market.

Vedanta Legal advises clients across all competition law issues including abuse of dominance, cartel violation or anti-competitive issues. Our expert team of lawyers assists our clients in on various legal and compliance issues stemming out of the Competition Act and transactions which could have implications under the Competition laws of India.

We also represent our clients before the Competition Commission of India (CCI), Appellate Tribunal and other Courts in investigations and litigation proceedings arising under the Competition Act. Our strong litigation practice allows us to handle the fall-out of such investigations, including appeals and jurisdictional remedies before the appropriate forum. We have also assisted our clients in determination and formulation of complaints against possible cartel scenarios.

We also provide our expert advice in drafting of various documents including term sheets, agreements, Memorandum of Understandings, etc. especially keeping in considerations the facets of the Competition laws of the Country including abuse of dominance, cartel violation or anti-competitive issues. The firm advises Indian and International Clients in merger filings before the CCI.

Out focused team works across different sectors including consumer goods, pharmaceuticals and healthcare, technology, media, retail and communications, telecom, manufacturing, construction, project, infrastructure and energy and finance to assist our clients further their interests.

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