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NCLAT holds ‘Association of Malayalam Movie Artist’ liable for violation anti-competitive conduct

March 20, 2020[2020] 115 taxmann.com 322 (NCL-AT)
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COMPETITION LAW : Where there were large number of evidences which had been relied upon by DG and also by Commission to come to a definite conclusion that appellant(s), i.e., Association of Malayalam Movie Artists (AMMA) and Film Employees Federation of Kerala (FEFKA) indulged in anti-competitive conduct by way of imposing various directions on its members and other non-members in violation of provision of section 3, appellants and their office bearers were found to be liable under section 48 of anti-competitive conduct

T.G. Vinay Kumar v. Association of Malayalam Movie Artist [2017] 80 taxmann.com 367 (CCI) - affirmed.

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