Sciences Po (Paris)

Geetanjali Sharma

Sciences Po (Paris)

She has represented clients before competition tribunals and courts in India across a wide variety of sectors including e-commerce, automobile manufacturers, multi-national corporations involved in procurement for Indian railways, taxi-associations etc. She has advised clients on the anti-trust implications of their agreements in segments such as ship-lining industry, patent settlement clauses and transactions in the real estate sector. Ms. Sharma has also been a part of the government consultancy project for Department of Commerce, Government of India where she monitored and reported the trade policy developments including antitrust issues arising within India’s key trading partners, especially the United States and Japan. She is a fellow at the Centre for International Trade and Economic Laws in Delhi NCR, India and regularly contributes on issues affecting international trade and economic laws. Previously, she has also been a research assistant to the authors for publication of the 2nd edition of the book “Competition Law in India” (2014). She is also involved in editing the Indian chapter in the American Bar Association’s handbook on multijurisdictional competition law investigations. Ms. Geetanjali Sharma has completed her degree with special focus in International dispute resolution from University of Cambridge (LLM) and National Law University, Jodhpur (BA LLB).

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Delcade Avocats & Solicitors (Paris)
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OECD - Competition Division (Paris)
Ecole Polytechnique IZA and CREST-INSEE
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683 Bulletin

Abir Roy, Geetanjali Sharma The Competition Commission of India approves a merger subject to remedies between two global players in the business of manufacture and retail of cement (Holcim / Lafarge)


Introduction Following one year of rigorous investigation and review process, the Competition Commission of India (CCI) approved the Holcim-Lafarge merger on 30 March, 2015 . CCI granted the final approval subject to the incorporation of certain remedies to the proposed merger. The merger (...)

Abir Roy, Geetanjali Sharma The Indian Competition Appellate Tribunal orders to the Competition Authority to follow due process by ensuring neutrality and fairness in adjudication and raising the bar for the standard of proof (Board of Control for Cricket in India / CCI)


Introduction The role of procedural justice and it’s value in shaping antitrust jurisprudence in India has never felt stronger than now. Due process has evolved as the most contemporary buzzword in the story of antitrust enforcement in India. Many of notable orders passed by the Competition (...)


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