is founder and managing partner of the firm. For 19 years, he has been successfully representing private clients and governing bodies regarding litigation, issues related to abuse of dominance, anti-competitive agreements, merger control, leniency regimes, compliance and issues concerning the evolving jurisprudence on investigation, the interplay of antitrust and IPR laws, standard essential patents and essential facilities doctrine, among others. He has been at the forefront, as counsel, in many of the watershed judgments laying down the jurisprudence on antitrust law in India, including in headline matters.
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