A Weekly e-Newsletter for News update on Competition Law and Policy

News Updates from India
CCI free to probe Ericsson in patent case rules Delhi HC Read More

CCI rejects complaint against Britannia Industries Read More

Competition Commission dismisses the complaint against NSDL Read More

CCI rejects complaint against 2 Pune-based real estate companies Read More

Govt won’t interfere in pricing at e-commerce marketplace Read More

CCI rejects complaint against 2 Pune-based real estate companies Read More

News Updates from Other Jurisdictions
Uber CEO must face price-fixing lawsuit by passengers, US court rules Read More

China antitrust proposals trigger foreign business fears over IP protection Read More

Pfizer-Allergan Deal Faces In-Depth Antitrust Probe by U.S. Read More

Brazilian anti-trust authorities have rejected an appeal by United Parcel Service Inc against the merger of FedEx and TNT Read More

Bulgaria antitrust commission suspends food tenders of penalties execution directorate

Scholarly Articles
Dueling Monologues on the Public Domain: What Digital Copyright Can Learn from Antitrust Read More

Upcoming Events
Admission Announcement Certificate/ Diploma Course in Competition Policy and Law – Last date 15th April 2016 Read More

3rd National Research Paper Writing Contest, 2016 on Competition Policy and Law & Economic Regulation – Last Date for Submissions is 31st April ’16.Read More

CIRC Online Certificate Course on ‘Competition Act, 2002’ (CA02)
The eight weeks Online Certificate Course on “Competition Act, 2002” course is intended to introduce participants to the provisions of the Competition Act, 2002 in India and its enforcement, and aims to create better understanding of market concepts, restrictive business practices, IPRs, and cross border issues. Admissions are open for the April 2016 batch. Read More

What’s next in the Competition Policy & Law Course? Course by CIRC in association with NLUD
Examination Schedule for Modules 1-8 disseminated. Assignments for Modules 1 to 8 to be submitted immediately without any delay.