Anisha Chand is a Partner in the Competition and Antitrust Practice Group in the Mumbai office.
Anisha has been involved in advising domestic and multi-national companies on full spectrum of competition matters, including cartel enforcement, abuse of dominance, merger control, leniency and competition audit / compliance in diverse sectors including pharmaceutical, cement, e-commerce, radio taxis, sports, telecom, automobiles, media and entertainment, financial services, agro-chemicals, etc.
- Bar Council of Maharashtra & Goa
- Competition Law Bar Association
- Bombay High Court Bar Association
Recognitions and Accomplishments
- Chambers and Partners Global 2023 – Band 4
- Legal 500 2022 – Next Generation Partners
- Who’s Who Legal 2022 – Future Leader
- Recognized in Global Competition Review’s global 40 under 40 list 2020
- Who’s Who Legal: Future Leaders in 2017, 2018 and 2019.
Anisha Chand has represented and advised the following clients
Advised on its acquisition of eBay India Private Limited and in connection with Walmart’s, Tencent’s and SoftBank Group Corporation’s investment in Flipkart.
Reliance Jio Infocomm Limited
Advised on its acquisition of certain telecom assets from Reliance Communications Limited.
Sun Pharmaceutical Industries
Advised on its merger with Ranbaxy Laboratories Limited.
Ambuja Cements Limited
Advised on allegations of cartelisation among cement manufacturers, before the erstwhile appellate tribunal and the Competition Commission of India (CCI).
Kesoram Industries Limited
Advised on allegations of cartelisation by tyre manufacturers, before the CCI.
Qube Cinema Technologies Private Limited
Advised on allegations of potential abuse of dominance and alleged cartelisation, before the CCI and National Company Law Appellate Tribunal.
ANI Technologies Private Limited (Ola)
Advised on multiple investigations for alleged abuse of dominance, before the CCI.
Mahindra and Mahindra Limited
Advised on an investigation on allegations of anti-completive practices and abuse of dominance by car manufacturers, before the CCI and the Director General’s (“DG”) office.
Interglobe Aviation Limited
Advised on finding of cartelisation by the DG for fixing of cargo fuel surcharge, before the CCI.
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