More Details about Competition Act 2002–Law and Practice

General Information  
Author(s)Vidhi Madaan Chadda
PublisherBloomsbury Publishing India
Edition1st Edition 2019
Publish YearJanuary 2019


The book traces the development of competition law in India. It aims to bridge the gap between substantive and procedural aspects pertaining to Competition Act, 2002. Key provisions of the Indian competition law have been examined in detail in the light of the jurisprudence that has evolved vide the latest pronouncements of the Hon'ble Supreme Court and other judicial and quasi-judicial fora.
The book scrutinises the fundamental legal provisions and practices on the subject along-with its international perspective, in order to provide the readers with an in-depth insight into the area and its practical implications. The book is an amalgam of theoretical commentary along with the practical perspective makes it as an indispensable resource for both students and practitioners.

Key highlights
 - Comprehensive commentary on the provisions of the Competition Act, 2002.
 - Tracks the development of Competition Law in India.
 - International perspective on Competition Law and policy discussed.
 - Covers the Rules, Regulations and guidance issued by the Competition Commission of India.
 - In-depth analysis of the cases decided by the Supreme Court, High Courts, NCLAT/COMPAT and Competition Commission of India.
 - Procedures and time-lines summarised through flowcharts.