Become conversant with the Competition Law in India, US and EU. Learn how to use economic rationale and practical aspects of law, to advise your company or client better.
The certificate course is a collaborative outcome of Suveeksha Eduskills & Bar and Bench. It is a ten-week online course, delivered via 60 hours of synchronous classes, webinars and interactive sessions.
The course is designed to take you through the comparative framework of Competition Law in India, US and EU, and the applicability in the Indian legal framework. The course will help you to understand and specialize in the Competition Law of India for legal practice and also for handling related management challenges in corporate and government sectors.
|5:00 pm – 6:30 pm||Online||3 days a week||June 4, 2021 – August 13, 2021|
The Certificate Course in Comparative Competition Law is offered in collaboration with Bar and Bench. It brings together the experience and knowledge of leading professionals like Karan Chandhiok, Head Competition Law Practice at Chandhiok and Mahajan, Aparna Mehra, Partner, Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas & Co., Competition Law Practice at New Delhi, Rahul Sundaram, Senior Corporate Counsel (Litigation), Amazon Seller Service Pvt. Ltd., Rahul Singh, Associate Professor of Law, NLSIU Bangalore & Member of Network of Indian Competition Experts, Abhishek S. Baghel, Associate Partner at DSK Legal, New Delhi, Avinash Sharma, Advocate-on-record, Supreme Court of India, Saattvic, Founding Partner, Sapient Econ, Economist Specializing in Competition Law, Regulation and Policy, and Sumit Jain, Senior Resident Fellow at Centre for Competition Law and Economics. The certificate course is curated by Versha Vahini, Associate Dean and Head of Department, Faculty of Law, Manav Rachna University.
The programme is aimed at providing in-depth understanding of the comparative competition law. It introduces the philosophy and concept of competition in economics and provides an overview of the underlying principles and legal frameworks in India, US and EU.
It delves into the anti-competition agreements and cartels in India, while analyzing the landmark cases for better understanding of the system. It explains the exceptions and immunities and also the systematic inquiry in the prevailing practice and procedures. The course also details the concepts of abuse of dominant position and the learnings from US and EU case laws.
The course will rely upon the decided cases and the authoritative writings and opinions along with experience and knowledge of leading practitioners and jurists to clarify the concepts, principles and law. It lays emphasis on interactive learnings and analysis for understanding the subject better.
The case is designed for young law professionals and law students who wish to explore the opportunities in the field of competition law. It is also very useful for the management professionals in corporate and government sector, who want to understand the issue for better management and decision making.