Suchitra Kumbhat

Supreme Court of India (New Delhi)

Suchitra is a practising advocate and has advised and appeared in a wide range of matters relating to competition law in India. She also extensively advises on matters relating to electricity law, debt recovery, contractual disputes and compliance. She has also advised clients on cartel enquires, including filing of leniency application before the Competition Commission of India. Suchitra’s experience covers several sectors such as, automobile, auto parts, healthcare, insurance and other consumer goods and services industry.

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137 Bulletin

Nandish Patil, Suchitra Kumbhat The Indian National Company Law Appellate Tribunal upholds the Competition Authority’s decision that a company mandating a party to sign an agreement containing unfair and restrictive clauses is tantamount to abuse of its dominance (Verifone)


Introduction The National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT) by way of its common order dated 13 March 2020 dismissed two appeals preferred by M/s Verifone India Sales Pvt Ltd. (Appellant/ OP 1/ Verifone) against two separate orders passed by the Competition Commission of India (CCI). (...)

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