Talwar, Thakore & Associates (New Delhi)

Shubhang Joshi

Talwar, Thakore & Associates (New Delhi)
Managing Associate

Shubhang Joshi is a managing associate in the Antitrust / Competition Law practice of Talwar Thakore and Associates. He has advised clients on all aspects of competition law including merger control, abuse of dominance, horizontal and vertical agreements, compliance, and competition litigation. His practice covers a range of business sectors, including digital market platforms in e-commerce & food delivery, pharmaceuticals, energy and industrial gases, broadcasting & telecom, petrochemicals, and food & beverages. Before joining Talwar Thakore and Associates, he pursued a Masters in Competition Law from University College London, in which he was awarded a Distinction. He also received a Distinction on his Independent Research Essay - ’Legal Treatment of Rebates in EU Competition Law, in light of the Intel Judgment’

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Shubhang Joshi, Sonam Mathur The Indian Competition Authority imposes monetary fines on travel agents for abusing their dominant position in the online hotel bookings market (MMT-Go / OYO)


Introduction On 19 October 2022, the Competition Commission of India (CCI) fined the leading Indian online travel agents (OTAs) MakeMyTrip India Pvt Ltd (MMT) and Ibibo Group Private Limited (Goibibo) (collectively referred to as "MMT-Go") 223,480,000 rupees (approximately $27.09 million) (...)

Sonam Mathur, Shubhang Joshi The Indian Supreme Court dismisses the appeal of two social media giants challenging the Competition Authority’s jurisdiction to investigate their privacy policies (WhatsApp)


On 14 October 2022, the Supreme Court of India dismissed appeals filed by WhatsApp LLC (WhatsApp) and Facebook Inc (now Meta) challenging the jurisdiction of the Competition Commission of India (CCI) to investigate WhatsApp’s 2021 Terms of Service and Privacy Policy (the 2021 policy) (Meta (...)

Shubhang Joshi, Sonam Mathur The Indian Competition Authority provisionally approves the merger of two domestic broadcast media giants following voluntary divestments by the merging parties (Zee / Sony Group)


On 4 October 2022, the Competition Commission of India (CCI) conditionally approved the proposed merger of Zee Entertainment Enterprises Limited (ZEE) and Sony Group Corporation (SGC) in India (the proposed transaction). The merger between the two leading players in the broadcasting sector (...)


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