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Existence of large number of competitors in the market, does not entitle dominant position: CCI [Case Brief]

A firm is said to be in the dominant position if it behaves independently of its competitors, suppliers, customers and the consumers. Such company can restrict the competition if it has the position of strength in the given market. However, a dominant position is not in itself anti-competitive but it is only when the company uses […]

[Case Brief] Vijay Narayan Thatte & Ors v/s. State of Maharashtra & Ors

“Rules of Interpretation are very important in law courts. When the British came to India they introduced the principles of interpretation of Maxwell, laid down in his classic treatise ‘Interpretation of Statutes’ and these principles are broadly still being followed in our law courts in India. However, our ancient thinkers had created a system of […]