Chandhiok & Mahajan (New Delhi)

Vikram Sobti

Chandhiok & Mahajan (New Delhi)

Vikram Sobti is a managing associate in the Chandhiok & Associates’ Competition Law Practice Group. Vikram has advised and appeared in a wide range of competition law matters before various courts and tribunals. He has also extensively advised clients on various aspects of competition law, including, complex merger transactions; joint ventures; cartels; unilateral conduct; vertical restraints; and compliance strategies and compliances. Vikram’s experience covers a broad spread of sectors, including, pharmaceutical, healthcare, mining, explosives, air transport (cargo and passenger), and beverages and other consumer goods industries. Vikram has a keen understanding of economic data and its analysis; and this has consistently helped in formulating economic and legal arguments before the Competition Commission of India, Competition Appellate Tribunal and the National Company Law Appellate Tribunal. He has also advised his clients in various cartel inquiries, including filing of leniency applications before the Competition Commission of India. Vikram graduated from the University of Law, New Delhi with first class honours. Vikram also has an undergraduate degree in economics from the University of Delhi. He has authored various articles on competition law that have been published by, among others, the American Bar Association and the Manupatra Competition Law Reports.


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546 Bulletin

Lagna Panda, Karan Singh Chandhiok, Vikram Sobti, Deeksha Manchanda The Indian Ministry of Corporate Affairs invites public comments on proposed amendments to the Competition Bill


Ten years of enforcement of the Competition Act, 2002 (Act) necessitated a re-look drawing “from past experience and to prepare for future challenges in the enforcement of competition law framework in India.” Recognising this, the Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA) set up the Competition Law (...)


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