Pallavi S Shroff heads the competition law practice at India's leading full service law firm. She is widely recognised as the foremost practitioner of competition law in India. She has advised on numerous high profile cases of cartelisation, abuse of dominance, and merger filings. Pallavi has also advised the government of India on competition law and policy as a key member of the SVS Raghavan committee, and as a member of the committee recommending the National Competition Policy.
Pallavi has recently advised on high profile matters of alleged cartelisation by the Indian tyre manufacturers, alleged cartelisation in the Indian cement industry, and alleged abuse of dominance in the radio and broadcasting industry. Pallavi advised on the competition law aspects of the recent acquisition of Pfizer's global nutrition business by Nestle SA. She has also represented various companies in seminal competition law cases under the Competition Act including Coal India Limited, Microsoft Corporation, Jindal Steel & Power Limited, the National Stock Exchange of India Limited, Alstom Holdings, Nippon Steel Corporation, etc.
Pallavi was named Best Woman Lawyer of India at the Legal Era Law Awards 2012. She has been recognised for her expertise in competition law by Chambers Asia Pacific 2012, and also featured in Global Competition Review's The International Who's Who of Competition Lawyers & Economists 2012. Pallavi has been acclaimed in the competition sphere as 'a legal luminary with the brilliant acumen necessary to crack the most complex legal cases. Her knowledge in competition law is unparalleled', by Chambers & Partners.
Pallavi has been recognised as one of India's 50 Most Influential Women (the Verve); one of 10 Rising Stars amongst the most powerful women in Indian Business (Business Today) and one of the 25 Superwomen of India (India Today).
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