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We are proud to present Volume 10 Issue (1)! This issue contains contemporary discussions on topics of juvenile justice, real estate laws, labour rights, international taxation and evidence law, providing in-depth analysis on these issues. We would like to thank all of the authors who have contributed to these issue. Both professors and students have contributed to make it a success. The issue can be found at nujslawreview.org/articles-archives/ and is available for everyone to read! We hope you find the new issue engaging. ... See MoreSee Less

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We congratulate our new team of Grade A (Senior Associate) members for the year 2017-18, and wish them a bright career with the NUJS Law Review. The team consists of the following students:

1. Adya Garg
2. Akshita Jha
3. Amrita Ghosh
4. Bhavya Nahar
5. Debanga Goswami
6. Ishani Moulik
7. Mihika Poddar
8. Priya Garg
9. Rashika Narain
10. Roma Bhojani
11. Shreya Mishra
12. Shrikrishna Upadhyaya
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Article in Focus

"COMPETITION LAW AND POLICY IN INDIA: THE JOURNEY IN A DECADE" by Vijay Kumar Singh and "PENALISING ANTI-COMPETITIVE AGREEMENTS AND ABUSE OF DOMINANCE" by P.K. Basu Majumdar

March 2017 witnessed the commencement of the much-awaited proceedings of Uber v. CCI. The case was brought before the CCI as a result of a complaint by Uber's competitor Meru stating that Uber was indulging in predatory pricing by providing discounts intended to oust other competitors from the market. While CCI refused to interfere, the case was taken up by COMPAT upon an appeal by Meru. The application was adjudged on key factors such as the relevant 'market' in the fact-situation, exclusivity of Uber's business, its dominance in the market etc. The case is still in its nascent stages, and it would be interesting to see the direction in which it finally turns to.

barandbench.com/day-1-uber-v-cci-supreme-court/

This case demands an understanding of the evolution of the Competition Law in India and the current penal regime that would be applicable to the outcome of this case, highlighted in these Articles from the NUJS Law Review: "COMPETITION LAW AND POLICY IN INDIA: THE JOURNEY IN A DECADE" by Vijay Kumar Singh in Volume 4, Issue 4 and "PENALISING ANTI-COMPETITIVE AGREEMENTS AND ABUSE OF DOMINANCE" by P.K. Basu Majumdar in Volume 7, Issue 3-4.

In the Article, the author discusses the pre-2012 era of Competition Law in India, the main issues that had been brought before the adjudicatory bodies and the evolution of law till then. It discusses in detail the major cases and the background of the law relating to issues like the abuse of dominance, which is relevant to the ongoing case. Further, it explains in detail the method for calculation of penalties in case of a particular outcome. Hence, a reading of this Article is relevant for the ongoing case as it would help in premonition of the penalty that Uber may have to pay, in case the case is not decided in its favour.

nujslawreview.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/vijay-kumar-singh.pdf; nujslawreview.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/02_pk_basu.pdf
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We are pleased to announce the re-constitution of our Editorial Board for the academic year 2016-17. The new Editors are:
1. Aishwarya Gupta
2. Aratrika Choudhouri
3. Ira Chadha Sridhar
4. Paridhi Poddar
5. Srivats Shankar
6. Vivasvan Bansal

We congratulate the new team and wish them all the very best for the coming year.
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