Samir Gandhi (SG): The Competition Act gives the Competition Commission of India (CCI) wide-ranging powers to impose penalties and under Section 43 of the Act, the CCI may impose a fine of Rs. 1 lakh a day upto a maximum
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Amarchand along with University College London (UCL) joined hands and held a Global Competition Law conference on 19th November at the Taj in New Delhi, discussing the implementation
Howrey has laid off 32 support staff across ten US offices. The firm cited a need to adjust the size of its workforce to meet client needs and focus on core practice areas. "This
Clifford Chance has appointed new leadership of its global competition group, with Oliver Bretz to become managing partner of the global practice while Thomas Vinje will take on
Grant & Eisenhofer, has bolstered its New York antitrust practice with the appointment of Linda P. Nussbaum as a director andTop securities and corporate governance law firm
Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP announced that Robert P. Reznick has joined the firm's Washington, D.C. office as a partner in its antitrust and competition
Shearman & Sterling has relocated a four-lawyer team from Düsseldorf -- partner Hans Meyer-Lindemann and three associates -- to Brussels in a bid to rebuild its antitrust and competition law practice there.
Shearman & Sterling has been hit by the defection of two Brussels antitrust partners, Annette Schild and Silvio Cappellari, to US rival Arnold & Porter. After the departure, Shearman’s Brussels office now has just
Jones Day has made its second lateral hire in the City this year with the recruitment of antitrust lawyer Frances Murphy who headed Mayer Brown's London antitrust team for eight years. Murphy will be replaced by Mayer
Jahnke joins Howrey's New York office as a partner in its antitrust practice after seven years at Allen & Overy's US office.
Greenberg Traurig LLP has hired antitrust litigation expert Scott Martin, former partner at Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP. Scott will join Greenberg Traurig's New York City office as a shareholder in the Antitrust
Continental Airlines' plan to coordinate flights with airlines belonging to the group known as Star Alliance will be reviewed by the European Commission. The airline expects that the investigation will have the same