national conference competition law - instrument for fair &


The principal objective of competition law is to foster fair competition as an instrument for accelerating inclusive growth through innovation and economic efficiencies thus maximising consumer welfare by offering better products at most competitive prices. It's often difficult to assess the link between competition policy & law and economic development. However, competition law has always enabled the growth process by conserving scarce resources and aiding the growth process in the economy. The Conference is designed to discuss in-depth domestic and international competition law issues and its relevance to Indian Economy. Today every nation is facing the cut and thrust of competition and trying to stimulate as well as protect their economy. To promote fair and healthy competition countries are increasingly adopting competition laws and setting up dedicated competition regulators. The conference will cover the emergence over the past decade of competition law and policy in leading jurisdictions in the Globe, with a special focus on India. It will provide a unique opportunity to learn more about those developments and to interact with government enforcement officials , leading private practitioners , industry captains, legal experts, social scientists, innovators, Global consultants from India and other countries in the region. The process is evolving and will to interesting for a whole host of discussions to further fine-tune for better compliance.
Major Issues: 
• Competition versus Regulation —A Discussion of National
Competition Policy in India
• Dominance and Monopolization
• Intellectual Property Rights
• Agreements and Cartels
• Merger Substance—How to Frame Related Legal Standards?
• Merger Process
• Key Procedural Issues—How to Preserve Legal Rights without
Subverting Effective Enforcement?
• The wider implications and understanding of dominant position
• The rules that govern fair and free competition
• The role of consumers to develop resistance against arbitrary
behavior of Corporates in concert.
• Areas of regulatory gaps and overlaps- defined areas still unclear.
• Role of CCI as super regulator?
Who will deliver: 
• Competition Appellate Tribunal
. Officials from Competition Commission of India
• Judges/ Lawyers /Legal Advisors
• Policy Makers
• Prominent Legal and Professional Consultants
• Competition Law Practitioners and Experts from
• Enforcement Agencies
Target Audience: 
• Lawyers & Legal Advisors
• Law Consultants
• Corporate Counsels
• Chartered Accountants / Finance Heads
• Company Secretaries
• Enforcement Officers
• Industry Leaders & Decision Makers
• Judges
• Economists
15 % Discount for CAclubindia and LAWyersclubindia members. 
10% Discount for Two or More Delegates from Same Organizations
Date and venue: Saturday, 16 March 2013 – Hotel Shangri-La, New Delhi
Abhishek Saxena





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