Natasha Nayak

Jindal Global University (Sonipat)
Assistant Professor

Ms. Natasha Nayak is an Assistant Professor of Competition Law at O.P. Jindal Global University (JGU) in Sonipat, India. She teaches Indian Competition Law and Comparative Competition Law. Ms. Nayak includes Indian competition law, U.S. antitrust and EU competition laws. She holds an LL.M. from the George Washington University, USA. She has published in national and international journals on several competition and regulatory issues.

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Natasha Nayak The Competition Commission of India issues an order on the emerging jurisprudence of interface between intellectual property and competition law (HT Media / Super Cassettes)

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On October 1, 2014, Competition Commission of India (CCI) gave its final order on a yet another case making some vital contributions to the shaping of the law on the emerging jurisprudence of interface between intellectual property and competition law regimes in India. While this case sets a (...)

Natasha Nayak The Competition Commission of India fines 14 automobile manufacturers for implementing anticompetitive and unilateral practices on the automobile spare parts and repair market (Shamsher Kataria / Honda Siel)

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In the month of August, China fined 12 Japanese auto parts makers a total of over US$200 million for price fixing, the maximum amount imposed for violating the anti-monopoly law thus far. The National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) stated that the companies were found to have (...)

Natasha Nayak The Competition Commission of India orders thorough investigation concerning an alleged abuse of dominant position in the in the market for ’Global System for Mobile Communication’ (Micromax / Ericsson)

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In the year 2013, an Indian company, Micromax Informatics Ltd. (hereinafter Micromax), filed a case before the Competition Commission of India (hereinafter CCI) against the Swedish telecoms equipment maker, Telefonaktiebolaget LM Ericsson (hereinafter Ericsson), for alleged abuse of its (...)

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