23 October 2021

Guest lecture by Prof. Oles Andriychuk (Director, Strathclyde Centre for Internet Law & Policy) & Rahul Goel (Partner, Anant Law)

  • Event type

    CCLP

  • Place

    Online

  • Event Start Date

    23/ 10/2021

  • Event End Date

    23/ 10/2021

The Centre for Competition Law & Policy (CCLP) organized a panel discussion on ‘Digital Competition: From Universalism to New Pragmatism’ on October 23, 2021. The panelists were Prof. Oles Andriychuk who is a Reader in Competition and Internet Law and Director of the Strathclyde Centre for Internet Law and Policy (SCILP). He also coordinates LLM Programme in Internet Law & Policy/IT & Telecommunications Law and runs SCILP's monthly webinar series. Oles's article, exploring the Digital Markets Act – 'Shifting the Digital Paradigm: Towards a Sui Generis Competition Policy' – received Portuguese Competition Authority's 2021 Award for academic work in Competition Policy.

And Rahul Goel, is currently a Partner with the Competition Law team at Anant Law, New Delhi. His practice focuses on Competition Law and TMT law. He also advises on International Trade and WTO Laws. Rahul has over 19 years of professional experience in advising, assisting and representing clients on a wide variety of legal, regulatory and policy issues. He regularly appears before the Supreme Court of India, various High Courts, NCLAT (Appellate Tribunal) and the Competition Commission of India. Rahul has acted as lead counsel in a number of high-stakes matters and he has been involved in many landmark matters in Competition Law, including the Supreme Court’s judgment on imposition of penalty on the basis of ‘relevant turnover’.