Ajit Kainth

Simmons & Simmons (London)
Lawyer (Associate)

Ajit is a supervising associate in the EU, Competition & Regulatory group of Simmons & Simmons. He advises on a broad range of EU and UK competition law issues, including behavioural and merger control matters. Ajit’s key experience includes providing advice on the competition law issues arising from mergers, acquisitions and structural joint ventures, and also on abuse of dominance issues. He also advises clients on anti-competitive agreements and practices and regulatory issues. Ajit has advised a range of global clients from a variety of sectors, including Energy and Infrastructure, Life Sciences, TMT, Financial Institutions and Consumer.

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Articles

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Ajit Kainth, Nathdwarawala Shachi The UK Competition and Markets Authority publishes full decision on excessive pricing and focuses on intention and evidence (Pfizer / Flynn)

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The CMA’s decision relies heavily on evidence of the parties’ intentions in applying competition rules. On 15 June 2017, the UK Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) published the full non-confidential version of its decision to fine Pfizer and Flynn a record £84.2m for their excessive and (...)

Ajit Kainth, Patrick Boylan, Tony Woodgate The English Court of Appeal strikes out two cartel damages claims based on the torts of conspiracy and economic interference thus narrowing the scope of other potential claims (Air Cargo)

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In brief There were three significant developments in the air cargo cartel damages litigation in the UK in October 2015. First, on 14 October 2015, the English Court of Appeal significantly narrowed the scope of potential claims in the UK by striking out two claims based on the torts of (...)

Ajit Kainth, Tony Woodgate The EU Court of Justice rules that a parent company may be held liable for infringement by its subsidiary in which it holds an 80% indirect shareholding and that responses to simple requests for information do not justify a reduction of the fine within the meaning of the Leniency Notice (Fresh Del Monte)

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ECJ confirms that Del Monte is liable for a single and continuous infringement of competition law for bilateral information exchanges between its subsidiary Weichert and Dole. On 24 June 2015, the Court of Justice of the European Union (ECJ) dismissed an appeal by Fresh Del Monte Produce Inc. (...)

Ajit Kainth, Tony Woodgate The EU Court of Justice decides that the General Court was correct in finding that the exchange of pre-pricing information was a restriction of competition by object under Art. 101 TFEU (Dole)

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Appeal in banana cartel results in confirmation that the analysis of bilateral information exchange as an object infringement by Commission and General Court was correct. In Brief In its judgment on 19 March 2015, the Court of Justice of the European Union (ECJ) concluded that Dole’s appeal (...)

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