Competition Law International

Competition Law International is the journal of the Antitrust and Trade Law Section of the IBA. It provides an insight into international competition law issues with articles that are of practical interest. Published twice a year, the journal reaches over 1,400 competition law practitioners worldwide.

Recent articles have included: 

  • The United States Federal Trade Commission: continuity and challenges
  • The new French competition law enforcement regime 
  • Antitrust in China - a constantly evolving subject
  • Antitrust issues involving acquisitions of financially distressed companies

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  • ISSN 1817 5708
  • Vol 9, Iss 1-2
  • £78 ($125)/issue

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Latest edition – April 2014

The latest issue of Competition Law International is now available to access online for all members of the IBA Antitrust and Trade Law Section.

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 Cyril Shroff on competition law in India

In April 2013, the IBA hosted a live webcast and Q&A with Cyril Shroff, Managing Partner at one of India’s leading law firms, Amarchand & Mangaldas & Suresh A Shroff & Co (AMSS) in Mumbai.

In this excerpt he discusses competition law jurisprudence in India, its relationship to M&A and cartels, Indian regulators, and international implications.

During the webcast, he discussed various topics in addition to competition law in India, including the Indian economy, and the legal profession in India. Read more/watch full webcast

 

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