Indian Competition Law is specially designed for students pursuing the one-year LLM course from various universities or institutes. It also caters to the students pursuing the three-year or five-year LLB course in law education institutes. Beginning with the basics of Indian competition law, the book progresses incrementally to provide a comprehensive and complete understanding of this area of law. This helps readers to grasp the legal and non-legal aspects of competition law in a systematic and logical way. The book presents cases decided by the Competition Commission of India in a concise form so it becomes easily comprehensible and comes handy for the students of law. With its comprehensive and exhaustive coverage of this area of law, it will also serve as a useful reference for practising lawyers. Key Features: • Studies the development of competition law jurisprudence in India • Highlights the issues and questions relating to competition law that are so far unresolved and unanswered • Provides an insight into competition law in other jurisdictions such as in the United States and the European Union • Adopts a blend of descriptive and analytical methodology
Versha Vahini is Assistant Professor in National Law School of India University, Bangalore. She has 14 years of experience in teaching as well as research in law. She has published various articles in national and international journals on a variety of subjects including Right to Information, the Indian Penal Code and issues related to Women. She has been working in the area of competition law on subjects including anticompetitive agreements for the last eight years. Versha has also edited a book which is the student version of Ratanlal & Dhirajlal Indian Penal Code (LexisNexis, 2014).