Simar Bindra

Trilegal (Mumbai)
Lawyer (Associate Editor)

Simar Bindra is an Associate in the competition law practice based in Mumbai. She advises on a range of competition law matters, including merger control, abuse of dominance and cartel enforcement. She routinely assists Indian and multi-national companies in their competition compliance programs, including internal investigations and competition audits.

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154 Bulletin

Sakshi Agarwal, Soumya Hariharan, Simar Bindra The Indian Competition Authority dismisses cartel allegations against 19 importers of phenol on account of the absence of conclusive evidence to establish collusion (Sachin Chemicals / Deepak Phenolics / Chokshi Chem / Chemtrade Overseas / Yug...)


The Competition Commission of India (CCI) dismissed allegations of cartelization against 19 importers of phenol, on account of absence of conclusive evidence to establish collusion. The CCI held that mere price parallelism does not amount to cartelisation and closed the case. Significantly, the (...)

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