Competition Law

The Criminalization of Cartels A Comparison Between India and Canada

Criminalisation of Cartels: A Comparison Between India and Canada (PART-II)

In this post, the author examines some of the reasons raised in favor or against the criminalization of cartels, choosing India as an example of the civil/administrative legal scheme and Canada as an example of the criminal legal scheme “for ‘hard-core’ cartel- like conspiracies between competitors.

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The Criminalization of Cartels A Comparison Between India and Canada

Criminalisation of Cartels: A Comparison Between India and Canada (PART-I)

In this post, the author examines some of the reasons raised in favor or against the criminalization of cartels, choosing India as an example of the civil/administrative legal scheme and Canada as an example of the criminal legal scheme “for ‘hard-core’ cartel- like conspiracies between competitors.

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THE RELIANCE-FUTURE DEAL AND THE FUTURE OF RETAIL – KEY CONCERNS FOR COMPETITION LAW

In this post, the author analyses the recently concluded Reliance-Future Group Deal from a Competition Law perspective. In doing so, she looks at the applicability of the failing firm defence to the present deal and thereafter moves on to highlighting the future anti-competitive effects of the acquisition.

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