Harshita Mathur

Indian Administrative Service

Harshita Mathur is a corporate lawyer and has worked with a leading private bank in India. She has also acquired a Diploma in International Investment Law from the Institute of European Studies, Macau. Her interests lie in Commercial Laws and laws relating to Banking and Finance. She has authored various articles in reputed journals on issues relating to Competition Law, IPRs, Indian securities market and Banking.


2799 Bulletin

Harshita Mathur The Indian Competition Authority validates input prices fixing by state-owned oil marketing companies and oligopsony granted under state’s policies (Indian Oil / Bharat Petroleum / Hindustan Petroleum)


"Though the law cannot hinder people of the same trade from sometimes assembling together, it ought to do nothing to facilitate such assemblies; much less to render them necessary" A. BACKGROUND On May 9th, 2012, the Competition Commission of India cleared three Public Sector Undertakings (...)

Harshita Mathur The UK Competition Authority waives competition law in the interest of "maintaining the stability of the UK financial system" and clears a major concentration in the banking sector (Lloyds / HBOS)


Of all the human powers operating on the affairs of mankind, none is greater than that of competition. (Henry Clay, 1832) A. Abstract In an exceptional stir, the UK government engineered the merger of Lloyds TSB plc (Lloyds) and HBOS plc (HBOS) waiving the competition law in the interest of (...)

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