Become a Competition Law Expert in just 6-Weeks with our Competition Law Course!

Attend this to learn basics and practical insights into the functioning of Competition Law from the Top Tier Law Firm Lawyers, 1st & former CCI Chairman himself and other legal luminaries.

INSTRUCTED BY THE TOP COMPETITION LAW EXPERTS:
Dhanendra

Mr. Dhanendra Kumar
Former & First Chairman
Competition Commission of India

Toshit

Mr. Toshit Shandilya
Partner
AZB & Partners

AZB
Yaman

Mr. Yaman Verma
Partner
Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas & Co.

rahul

Mr. Rahul Satyan
Lead Counsel- Competition & Regulatory, Meta
Ex-Counsel, Trilegal

soham

Mr. Soham Banerjee

Principal Associate
Khaitan & Co.

vijay

Dr. Vijay Kumar Singh
Professor & Dean
School of Law, UPES, Dehradun
Ex-Deputy Director (Law), CCI

upes

Competition law is highly relevant yet complex and needs expert guidance to understand. The laws, which regulate anti-competitive behavior aims to ensure that competition and not anti-competitive behavior is the driving force behind the healthy market growth.

Thus, Bettering Results (BR) is rolling out the specialized course on Competition Law & Policy to break down the complexities of the law and make you a master of the subject. The course is created in a way that benefits both law students, lawyers & other professionals.

The course includes the economics of competition law, merger control, abuse of dominant position, cartels, etc.

The Course starts on 20 August, 2022 and includes a myriad of benefits like weekend live sessions, Career Guidance sessions, access to recordings, practical assignments, and so much more!!

WHAT WILL YOU LEARN?
  • Economics of competition law
  • History behind introduction of Competition Act, 2002
  • Competition Commission of India (CCI) – Introduction & Challenge to Constitutionality of the CCI
  1. Introduction to Anti Competitive Agreements (Horizontal & Vertical Agreements)
  2. Concept of Relevant Market
  3. Determining Relevant Market
  4. Adverse Appreciable Effect on Competition (AAEC)
  5. Factors for determining AAEC
  6. Identify anti-competitive clauses
  7. Procedure of enforcement under Section 3 of competition Act, 2022
  8. Remedies in case of anti-competitive agreements
  9. Exceptions provided under the Competition Act, 2022 like export cartels & IPR protection
  10. Discuss landmark case studies from practice perspective
  • Cartels under Competition Act, 2002
  • Advanced Analysis of Abuse of Dominant Positions
  1. Introduction to Abuse of Dominance
  2. Relevant Market
  3. Concept of Dominant Player
  4. Kinds of abusive use of dominant position
  5. Procedure of inquiry & investigation for cases under Section 4 of Competition Act, 2022
  6. Remedies available
  7. Penalties
  8. Discuss landmark case studies from practice perspective
  • Merger control
    1. Merger control provisions & combination regulations
    2. Types of Combinations
    3. Control meaning in detail
    4. Relevant Market
    5. Procedure for investigation of Combination by the CCI
    6. Remedies available
    7. Penalties
    8. Discuss landmark case studies from practice perspective
  • Competition Act, 2002 on Interim Relief, Leniency Provisions & Dawn Raids
  • Cross border merger and competition law
  • Interventions in technology driven markets
  • Career Guidance sessions
DURATION: 6 Weeks starting from August 20, 2022
WHO IS THIS COURSE FOR ?
  1. Law student
  2. Practicing Advocates
  3. CA/CS
  4. Academicians
  5. In-house counsels
  6. Economists
  7. Anybody interested in mastering Competition Law & Practice.
EXCLUSIVE BENEFITS:
  1. WEEKEND ONLY SESSIONS
  2. Live & Interactive sessions with the instructors
  3. Q&A round with the instructors
  4. Recording accessible for 1 year
  5. Certificate on completion
  6. Real world assignments and feedbacks by experts

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Testimonials

Sarthak Mishra
Sarthak Mishra, Associate, Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas & Co.

“This course was really well organised and well designed. What stood out was the value it delivered at such an economical pricing point, similar courses/conferences cost 10x more especially with the line-up of speakers we had. The moderator - speaker model was also quite intuitive and all important topics were covered by the speakers. I'm actually looking forward to courses like these organised in the future.”

Kunal Singh
Kunal Singh, 4th Year Law Student, VIPS

“This series on competition law has proved to be very fruitful for as being in third year it helped me to clear the subtle nuances of the competition law. The speakers explained the practical application of the principles of competition law which enabled me to understand the intricacies of competition law.
Overall, it was an excellent series of lectures on competition law. Thank you for organizing this series.”

Vivek Narang
Vivek Narang, Senior Associate, AZB & Partners

“I really liked the course and it gives a good kick start for someone who wants to work in the M&A space.”

Anand Narayan
Anand Narayan, Legal Manager, Aditya Birla Group

“The lectures were good. The assignment was interesting. Kudos to Varsha and Team”

Yashu Mishra
Yashu Mishra, MIT Law School Pune

"I am thankful to Varsha Gupta and Nupur Agrawal for constant support and helping me with all the difficulties during the course.

I would also like to extend my gratitude to all my mentors. It would have been impossible without them to understand Arbitration in such a smooth manner. This will be a huge help in my career ahead and I am glad I was a part of this program."

Maseeh Syed Yazdani
Maseeh Syed Yazdani, Jindal Global Law School

“The uniqueness of this course differentiates it from all the other courses available since students get to interact with leading corporate law practitioners. The course gave me an insight into almost all the fields that revolve around the concept of Mergers and Acquisitions such as insights into key documents involved in M&A transactions, drafting tips concerning SHA, SSA, JVA etc.”