Sakshi Agarwal

Trilegal (Mumbai)
Lawyer (Associate)

Sakshi is a Senior Associate (Competition Law) at Trilegal based in Mumbai. Sakshi represents clients on a full range of competition law matters, including anti-competitive agreements, cartels, abuse of dominance and merger control notifications. She regularly represents clients across all fora, i.e., the CCI, DG, NCLAT (previously before the Competition Appellate Tribunal), High Courts and the Supreme Court of India. She has acted for companies in complex contentious antitrust matters involving abuse of dominance, cartels and leniency filings, and assists Indian and multinational companies in relation to their compliance programs in India.

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Trilegal (Mumbai)
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1022 Bulletin

Soumya Hariharan, Nandita Sahai, Sakshi Agarwal The Indian Competition Commission orders an investigation against online travel agencies for imposing vertical restrictions and abuse of dominance (MakeMyTrip / OYO)

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Introduction The Federation of Hotel & Restaurant Associations of India (Informant), an association of hotels and restaurants in India, filed an Information with the Competition Commission of India (CCI) against MakeMyTrip India Pvt. Ltd. (MMT), Ibibo Group Private Limited (GoIbibo), (...)

Sakshi Agarwal, Nandita Sahai, Soumya Hariharan The Competition Commission of India fines companies for bid rigging regarding a tender for the selection of an agency to carry-out tree census (Nagrik Chetna Manch / SAAR / CADD / Pentacle / Pune)

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The Competition Commission of India (CCI) recently found that SAAR IT Resources Private Limited (OP 1), CADD Systems and Services Private Limited (OP 2) and Pentacle Consultants (I) Private Limited (OP 3), collusively manipulated the process of bidding, by rigging the bids for the tender (...)

Soumya Hariharan, Nandita Sahai, Sakshi Agarwal The High Court of Delhi holds that the absence of a judicial member does not invalidate proceeding and orders passed by the Competition Commission of India (Cadd)

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The Hon’ble High Court of Delhi (Delhi HC) recently held that orders passed and proceedings held by the Competition Commission of India (CCI) in the absence of a judicial Member cannot be invalidated. This decision of the Delhi HC abundantly clarifies that orders passed by the CCI in competition (...)

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