Ravi Gangal
Ravi Gangal
Senior Associate


  • B.A., LLB. (Hons.), Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University, Lucknow, 2018

bar admission

  • Bar Council of Uttar Pradesh, 2021

Ravi has had the opportunity to work with two of India’s leading competition law practices. He comes with extensive experience in merger control and antitrust litigation. His industry experience spans across the traditional (steel, automobiles, tyres, electrical components, pharmaceuticals, agro-chemicals, etc.) and digital sectors (online marketplaces, food delivery apps, online accommodation providers and app-based taxi services, etc.). He has represented clients before a range of forums, including the CCI, NCLAT, various High Courts and the Supreme Court of India. He enjoys untangling the complex ways in which competition law principles interplay with clients’ business strategies. Ravi is also a published author in academic journals, both in the field of antitrust and otherwise.

When not working, Ravi lives in Lucknow enjoys the true crime genre, cooking, and sampling Lucknow’s famous street food (chaat).

Notable work:

  • Advised on notable cartel matters before the CCI in various sectors, including paper and airlines.
  • Represented and advised a leading online hospitality company against allegations of vertical restraints before the CCI and the Gujarat High Court in a successful challenge against the CCI’s adverse interim order.
  • Advised a leading app-based taxi service company in relation to allegations of abuse of dominance.
  • Involved in an internal antitrust compliance investigation for a leading steel company.
  • Advised on high-stakes mergers (including notable PE transactions) across sectors such as: online marketplaces, internet-enabled services, online food delivery, textiles, pharmaceuticals, power, steel, cable & DTH, logistics, agro-chemicals and agricultural products.
  • Involved in negotiating and implementing remedies in mergers in the agro-chemicals sector and the iron ore processing sectors.
  • Represented a leading tyre company before the NCLAT against the CCI’s infringement order in relation to allegations of cartelisation.


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