Investors’ protection

Anonymous , National Law University Jodhpur Editor's Note: Investors are often known as shareholders or members of the company. They contribute to the equity capital, have the voting rights in every matter and are entitled to get dividend. Protection of investors means safeguard and enforcement of … [Read more...]

Perfect Competition And Abuse Of Dominant Position

By Sneha Singh and Syed Ahmed, KIIT School of Law, Bhuvaneshwar EDITOR'S NOTE:- Competition law has been relatively under-developed in India.The need for the Competition Act,2002 was felt because of the inadequacy of the MRTP Act to deal with the contemporaneous issues pertaining to cartels, … [Read more...]

A Detailed Perspective into the nitty-gritty Aspects of the Competition Act, 2002 drawing a Comparative Analysis

Subhadeep Ray Choudhury School of Law, KIIT University “Editor’s Note: The paper deals with the aspects of the Indian Competition Act, 2002 specifically with the concept of Exclusive Dealership Agreements in the Indian context as compared with the same in the European Union.” ABSTRACT In this … [Read more...]

Exclusive Dealings are Anti-competitive: Parable or Realism

By S. Chaitanya Shashank, Subhadeep Ray Choudhary, School of Law, KIIT University Editor’s Note: Exclusive Dealing agreements are agreements to sell a product on condition that the buyer takes all or effectively all of the requirements of that product from the seller. Such agreements have … [Read more...]

Cartels and Competition: An Antithetical Relationship

By Suvaaankoor Das, KIIT School of Law, KIIT University Editor’s Note: One of the main objectives of competition or antitrust laws is to ensure that consumers pay the most efficient price coupled with the highest quality of goods and services they consume. However, when there are activities which … [Read more...]