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KK Sharma Law Offices, dealing in Competition Law, Income Tax, Enforcement and Investigation, Governance, Regulation and Risk, Public Affairs and Policy with footprints across continents, having a track record of offering entire spectrum of litigation support and consultancy of very high standard, was established by Mr. KK Sharma.

Mr. Sharma, as the very first Director General (‘DG’) of functional Competition Commission of India (‘CCI’) established competition law investigation framework in India. As the first head of Merger & Antitrust Divisions, Indian Merger Review Format was established by him. The Firm has been rated very highly in the field of competition law by different publications in India and abroad such as ‘Experts Guide of Euromoney Asia’ and ‘Silicon India’, etc….


KK Sharma Law Offices (‘Firm’), offering a complete range of services of litigation support, legal opinion/advisory on tax and other economic laws, has ‘client satisfaction’ as its motto. Headquartered in Delhi, the Firm has affiliate offices spread across the globe. The founder of the Firm, Mr KK Sharma, having been the very first Director General (DG), first head of Merger and Antitrust Divisions of the functional Competition Commission of India (CCI) and a Commissioner of Income Tax, brings his vast academic depth and unique practical experience of establishing competition law in India, in all its dimensions, to the solutions being offered by the Firm.

The Firm has successfully dealt with matters spread across various sectors such as automobiles, real estate, insurance, liquor manufacturing and trading, shipping industry, manufacturing, oil chemical industry, bulk road transportation, future trading of agricultural commodities, power generation and transmission, to name a few….

KK Sharma Law Offices: The Pioneer in Competition Law Consulting

~ Laishram Neviya

Customer is the ‘King pin’ of the market today. Businesses around the globe are making every endeavor to park their brands effectively in the minds of consumers and snatch a bigger pie in the competition. While this has resulted in availability of immense choices for the customers, many businesses vie aggressively and go overboard to grab quick gains. In the process, business ethics and consumer interest becomes a highly neglected value. This unfortunately is the side effect of globalization. With the incoming of ‘The New Industrial Policy’ in 1991, the market started expanding at a breakneck speed, and eventually it became essential to introduce a law to maintain market competition by regulating anti-competitive conduct by companies….