RBB Economics (London)

Adrian Majumdar

RBB Economics (London)

Adrian Majumdar is a Partner at RBB Economics. Adrian Majumdar joined RBB Economics in April 2004. Prior to taking his post at RBB, Adrian was the Deputy Director of Economics at the Office of Fair Trading (OFT). Adrian has published papers on unilateral effects, mixed bundling, pricing abuses, buyer power, merger simulation and the impact of cartels on prices, and was the principal author of the RBB report for the OFT on selective price cuts and fidelity rebates. Adrian lectures on Economics for Competition Lawyers for Kings College London. Adrian has over 12 years’ experience of a wide range of competition issues covering domestic and European mergers, Article 82 and Chapter II investigations, anti-competitive agreements, and market inquiries. He has recently advised Nokia, Advanced Micro Devices (AMD), GAME plc, SCA, Woolworths Group, HMV/Waterstone’s, Spire Healthcare Ltd, Ryanair, GE Capital, Colgate-Palmolive, EDF Energy and Cable & Wireless on competition matters before the UK and European authorities. He also provides compliance advice on Article 81 and Article 82 matters to several high profile clients. While at the OFT, Adrian was the principal author of the Competition Act guidelines on Market Definition, the Assessment of Market Power and the Assessment of Conduct.

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1912 Bulletin

Adrian Majumdar, Richard Murgatroyd, Simon Bishop The UK Competition Commission clears without remedies a merger leading to the largest retailer of video games in the UK (GAME/Gamestation)


In January 2008, the UK Competition Commission cleared the completed acquisition of Gamestation Limited (Gamestation) by GAME Group PLC (GAME), creating the largest retailer of video games in the UK through the combination of the only two national specialist retailers . The merger was approved (...)


Price 230€00 Richard Whish QC (Hon) Liber Amicorum

This Liber Amicorum highlights the global reach of Professor Whish’s influence. Enforcers, academics and practitioners from around the world pay tribute to the mastery of competition law that (...)

Date 11 March 2020
Author(s): Nicolas Charbit, Sonia Ahmad (Editors)
Price 230€00
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