is a partner who has advised and appeared in numerous multi-pronged international trade defence investigations and proceedings involving anti-dumping and safeguard duties. He has advised international and Indian companies on India’s erstwhile monopolistic, restrictive and unfair trade practices law and heads the firm’s competition law practice in Mumbai. Farhad acted in India’s first cartel activity investigation before the CCI and the first substantive abuse of dominance proceeding before the CCI. He advises extensively on merger control issues and filings in global and Indian M&A, as well as on internal competition law corporate compliance mandates.
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