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The RFMLR Board is delighted to announce the successful completion of the RFMLR-CAM Panel Discussion on the topic: “Emerging Trends and Developments in the Competition Law Regime” held on March 22nd, 2024 with an impressive panel of high esteem including Mr Dhruv Rajain and Mr Krithi Srinivas, Partners at Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas, one of the most highly rated legal firms in India. The firm is recognised for its unparalleled expertise and commitment to delivering top-tier legal services, especially in the competition department. 


The session was incredibly insightful, delving into the ever-dynamic competition law trends as observed in contemporary India. The eminent partners imparted their knowledge about the newly introduced Deal Value Threshold, the “Leniency Plus” Regime, and the remedies against the hub and spoke cartels. Additionally, the antecedent issues regarding the jurisdictional conflicts between the Competition Commission of India with other sectoral regulators were also mentioned and explored by the Panel. 


The profound expertise and active engagement of the panelists significantly enriched participants' comprehension of India's dynamic and evolving competition law landscape. Their insightful perspectives, practical experiences, and the generous sharing of best practices provided an invaluable vision which was enlightening for the participants and the Board alike. It fostered a deeper understanding and appreciation of the complexities inherent in navigating the intricacies of competition law in the Indian context.


The Board extends its sincere gratitude to Mr. Dhruv Rajain and Mr. Krithi Srinivas for generously sharing their wealth of expertise during the RFMLR-CAM Panel Discussion. Their willingness to impart knowledge can only be thanked with unending appreciation and gratitude. 


Moreover, the RFMLR Board acknowledges the invaluable role played by the participants in fostering an enriching discussion environment. Their active engagement, insightful queries, and thought-provoking perspectives contributed significantly to the depth and breadth of the dialogue. 


It is through the collective efforts of all stakeholders, including the distinguished panellists, and participants, that this RFMLR-CAM collaboration was made possible. The Board looks forward to continued collaboration with CAM and endeavours to further explore and dissect emerging trends and developments in the dynamic realm of competition law and other sectors.

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