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Competition Law and Intellectual Property Rights: Confronting Paradigms

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Aviral Saxena I. INTRODUCTION World has changed drastically after globalization. In other words, as coined by Thomas Friedman, the world is flat now. Among others, markets internationally could not have remained untouched. Markets have been affected drastically. Some have reengineered, some have revamped and some in a state of flux. What unfortunately has been observed […]

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Competition Law Perspective

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MOST FAVOURED CUSTOMER (“MFC”) AND BENCHMARKING CLAUSE FROM COMPETITION LAW PERSPECTIVE   Most Favoured Customer (“MFC”) and Benchmarking clauses are the most important and critical clauses in any service agreement and the outsourcing contracts. The drafting and negotiation of these clauses are most onerous task requiring dexterity and expertise. MFC clause has virtually similar meaning […]

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