Analytical Jurisprudence of Competition Law in India

This course provides an insight into the provisions of competition act and the practical aspect of the same.

Analytical Jurisprudence of Competition Law in India

Course Description

This LawSkills course explains the practical aspects of Competition Law. It focuses on good practice and practical examples, especially on the applicability of the substantive provisions relating to anti-competitive agreements and abuse of dominance. The course covers practical scenarios, legal aspects and procedures such that the learners are equipped to present and apply the learning in real-life situations.

Course Outcomes:
  • Provisions and concepts that fall under the Competition Act
  • Drafting of the Information Petition to be filed before the CCI in such a way that the CCI may refer the case to the Director General (DG) for investigation
  • Precautions to be taken while defending the enterprises during investigation before the DG
  • Challenging the investigation report submitted by the DG before the CCi
Course Details:

Target Audience

  • Practicing Company Secretaries

  • Chartered Accountants

  • In-house Corporate Counsel

  • Consultants

  • Law and MBA (Marketing) Students

  • Entrepreneurs

Access Timeframe

6 Months


There are no prerequisites for this course.
Certificate Info:

Type of Certification

Certificate of Achievement

Format of Certification


Professional Association/Affiliation

LawSkills & Manupatra

Method of Obtaining Certification

Learners must attempt the exam at the end of the course and secure at least 50% marks to obtain the course certificate. Upon meeting these requirements, the certificate will be printable on demand.

Course Outline

  • Evolution of competition law in India
  • Monopolies Enquiry Commission and enactment of MRTP Act
  • High level committee and enactment of the competition act
  • Legislative history of the competition act
  • Substantive provisions and other incidental aspects under MRTP act
  • Concentration of economic power
  • Monopolistic trade practice
  • Restrictive trade practices
  • Substantive provision and other incidental aspects under competition act
  • Administrative machinery and inquiry process under the competition act
  • Regulation of anti-competitive agreements
  • Horizontal and vertical agreements
  • Determining anti-competitive nature of agreements
  • Meaning and concept of information petition
  • Appeal and interim relief in information petition
  • Power of CCI in writ to information petition
  • Duties and power of DG
  • Investigation by DG
  • Tests and case laws related to anti-competitive practices
  • Procedure adopted by CCI post the investigation report
  • Jurisprudencial analysis of the order passed by CCI
  • Relevant turnover and cases
  • Review of competition law in India
  • Comparing the competition law of India, US and Europe


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