Madras HC stays CCI Regulation restricting Advocates' interaction with clients during DG probe

Meera Emmanuel January 5 2019
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The Madras High Court on Friday stayed the Regulation recently introduced by the Competition Commission of India (CCI) which restricted lawyers from interacting with clients during investigations carried out by the Director General.

The amendment was introduced last month, ostensibly to allow advocates to accompany parties summoned during an investigation by the Director General (DG) of the CCI. The regulation in question . . .

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