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Hadiputranto, Hadinoto & Partners, a member firm of Baker McKenzie’s practice is led by Daru Lukiantono, who has expertise in contentious and non-contentious matters regarding trade marks, patents, copyrights, industrial designs and trade secrets. Senior associate Wiku Anindito is also a key figure, and has expertise in copyright and trade mark law.

Januar Jahja & Partners’ practice comprises ‘experts in their field’ such as Prudence Jahja, who specialises in trade mark prosecution and works for many multinational brands, and who is ‘committed to client service’ and ‘dedicated to excellence’. Andrew Diamond is an expert in litigation and enforcement matters. Walter Simandjuntak is renowned for his work on complex IP issues. Januar Jahja is well known for his work on contentious IP matters. Associate Rianti Namora specialises in trade mark law, particularly contentious issues. IP consultant Juanitasari Winaga and associate Jennifer Angeline Herianto are also key figures.

Specialist firm SKC Lawgives practical advice’ and has notable names such as ‘no-nonsense advocate’ Purnomo Suryomurcito. Suryomurcito advised Nike and adidas respectively on matters relating to counterfeit products. Nidya Kalangie assisted Yamaha Motor with the prosecution of its industrial design portfolio, assisted Kao Corporation with the registration of its trade mark portfolio, and assisted Philips Lighting with the prosecution of its patent portfolio. Andrew Conduit advised Honda on customs seizures, and assisted FIFA with pirate trade mark registrations.

Suryomurcito & Co. in association with Rouse handles a range of IP matters, with a strong track record in contentious matters. Lisa Yong heads the practice and recently advised on the raids of two distributors selling counterfeit pipes. Nick Redfearn advised on trade mark prosecution for Procter & Gamble. Kin Wah Chow worked on a trade mark cancellation for Starwood Hotels & Resorts, and advised Harley-Davidson on raids against three online retailers. Tania Lovita was instructed by Morgan Stanley regarding the domain name Senior associate Arifia Fajra handled patent prosecution for Unilever.

Inter Patent Office is a boutique with expertise in contentious and non-contentious matters. Hendra Widjaya represented Bumi Nusa in a trade mark dispute and advised Massindo International on cease and desist actions regarding infringement of its registered mark. Anny Gunadi advised the Football Thai Factory Sporting Goods on its trade mark portfolio.

Pacific Patent Multiglobal covers the full spectrum of IP matters. Fahmi Assegaf is a key figure and is known for his work on infringement actions. His areas of expertise include trade marks, patents, copyrights, industrial designs, trade secrets and unfair competition.

Specialist IP firm Tilleke & Gibbins works with clients such as Starbucks, Giorgio Armani and Toyota. Patent and design specialist Wongrat Ratanaprayul leads the practice, and recently represented a multinational chemical manufacturer in potential patent invalidation. The practice’s previous head Somboon Earterasarun now splits his time between Jakarta and Bangkok and continues to work heavily with Indonesian clients. He recently advised Toyota on a patent application and assisted a US data storage company regarding counterfeit products sold at Mangga Dua Mall.

Frans Winarta & Partners’ practice has expertise in trade mark, patent, industrial design, trade secrets and copyright law. The firm recently worked on trade mark registrations for companies in sectors such as pharmaceuticals, real estate, publishing, and food and beverage.

Iman Sjahputra & Partners’ practice is led by Iman Sjahputra, who represents domestic and international firms in IP issues. Other key figures include Willy Isananda, who works on IP registration matters, and Wawan Santoso, who works on contentious IP matters. The firm also has extensive expertise in IP administration.

K&K Advocates represent multinational clients across many different sectors in trade mark, patent, copyright and trade secret matters.

Kusnandar & Co. has experience in trade mark, patent, copyright, industrial design and trade secret matters. The firm has expertise in contentious and non-contentious trade mark, patent, copyright, trade secret and industrial design matters.

AMR Partnership is an intellectual property boutique that has worked for both domestic and international companies. The firm has expertise in the prosecution, enforcement and transfer of IP rights. Amalia Roosseno is well known for her work in contentious IP matters.

Assegaf Hamzah & Partners has expertise in contentious and non-contentious matters, and works for clients including Indosat and Bank Mandiri. Chandra Hamzah heads the practice and recently represented Facebook in online copyright data protection matters. He advised Les’ Copaque and Seven Days Hotel on respective trade mark registrations.

Biro Oktroi Roosseno (Anno 1951) is a specialist intellectual property firm, known for its work in IP enforcement, management and licensing. Key figures at the firm include patent administration specialist Yani Karyani and trade mark expert Harry Wirawan.

Roosdiono & Partners’ team has broad IP capabilities and represents clients such as Rolex and Shinoken. The practice is led by Endra Prabawa, who recently advised Aditya Birla on its trade mark registration in Indonesia and Thailand. He also acted for Tower Bersama Infrastructure in trade mark, patent, copyright and industrial design matters, and advised Rolex on trade mark infringements.

Simbolon & Partners Law Firm’s IP practice covers registration, protection and enforcement matters in the areas of trade mark, patents, copyright and industrial design. The firm works for both domestic and international clients.

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