In the wake of liberalization and globalization, Indian markets have become more competitive than ever. India has aptly responded by easing its licensing requirements and has enacted the Competition Act, 2002 to promote and sustain competition in markets, to ensure freedom of trade carried on by other participants in markets and provide institutional support to others. Our Competition Law practices involve legal diligence, negotiation and documentation, non-disclosure agreements, escrow mechanism, advising on non-compete agreements, competition law applications – filing and documentation, advisory, prosecution, regulatory advice and litigation. Our dedicated team constantly review our clients’ practices and agreements and ensure that we devise and actively implement a policy in compliance with competition law and ensure that we maintain the vibrancy and stability of our clients in the Indian market.