Swiggy moves Karnataka High Court against CCI order to share confidential info with restaurant association – Bar & Bench – Indian Legal News

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Senior Advocate Sajan Poovayya, appearing on behalf of Swiggy, asserted that since the CCI is a national body, the Karnataka High Court also has the jurisdiction to hear the matter.

Swiggy’s petition pointed out that its registered office is in Bengaluru and it had received communications from the DG’s office in Bengaluru and, therefore, the cause of action has partly arisen in Bengaluru.

The matter will is slated to be heard further on the question of jurisdiction on May 23 (Thursday) at 2.30 PM.

Additional Solicitor General N Venkataraman accepted notice on behalf of the CCI. Swiggy’s counsel has undertaken to serve notice of the matter to the other two respondents in the matter, namely NRAI and Zomato.

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