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|Title:||CCI's investigation of abuse of dominance: adjudicatory traits in prima facie opinion|
Devaiah, Vishwas H.
Jain, Dipesh A.
|Keywords:||Competition Commission of India|
Jurisdiction of CCI
|Citation:||Gupta, Indranath. Devaiah, Vishwas H. and Jain, Dipesh A. (2017). CCI's investigation of abuse of dominance: adjudicatory traits in prima facie opinion. In Bharadwaj, Ashish. Devaiah, Vishwas H. and Gupta, Indranath (Eds.). Complications and quandaries in the ICT sector: standard essential patents and competition issues. Singapore, Springer: pp 185-200|
|Abstract:||The Courts in India have suggested that the process followed by the CCI for initiating an investigation of alleged abuse of dominance is merely a departmental inquiry and not adjudicatory in nature. This chapter, set in the backdrop of an investigation concerning alleged abuse of dominance in the ICT sector, observes the process adopted by CCI to initiate an investigation. This chapter illustrates that the practice adopted by CCI is more of adjudicatory in nature as opposed to what has been suggested by the Courts.|
|Appears in Collections:||JGU Research Publications|
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