New Delhi: The Competition Commission has begun the process to bring out a compendium of orders it has passed since 2014 to help legal professionals, law students and other stakeholders. The commission said that though it places the orders on its website, those interested often look for succinct competition jurisprudence at one place.
“Given that the evolution of competition jurisprudence in Indian jurisdiction is in nascent stage, the stakeholders look for an authentic compendium of the orders pronounced by the Commission along with the digest of such orders and emerging legal principles,” CCI said.
“Keeping this in view, the Commission wishes to publish compendium of orders,” said the Competition Commission of India inviting an expression of interest (EOI) from publishers.
According to the document, there will be three separate compendiums for 2014, 2015 and 2016, which will have orders issued by the commission under various sections of the Competition Act.
CCI said the interested parties should be engaged in publication of law books/journals for at least 3 years with an average annual turnover of Rs 1 crore from law publications in the last three years.
“EOI must be submitted in three parts, namely, pre- qualification bid, technical bid, and financial bid,” it said. The EOI has to be submitted by January 31.