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Hadiputranto, Hadinoto & Partners, a member firm of Baker McKenzie

THE INDONESIA STOCK EXCHANGE BUILDING, TOWER II, 21ST FLOOR, SUDIRMAN CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT, JI. JENDRAL SUDIRMAN KAV. 52-53, JAKARTA 12190, INDONESIA
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Daru Lukiantono QC

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Baker McKenzie LLP

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Partner and Head of Intellectual Property Practice Group.

Position

Daru Lukiantono is the Head of Intellectual Property practice group. Daru has been leading the Firm's sizeable IP team with more than 19 years of experience behind him. He advises domestic and international clients on the full range of contentious and non-contentious intellectual property work, covering trademarks, patents, copyrights, industrial designs, trade secrets, layout designs of integrated circuits, and plant varieties. He has robust skills in handling commercial intellectual property related transactions, including licensing, intellectual property rights, acquisition, franchising and domain names and information technology issues, intellectual property litigation, as well as a number of anti-counterfeiting projects in several major cities in Indonesia. Daru is an intellectual property practitioner who has experience in complex intellectual property due diligence and management cases. 
Moreover, he possesses a range of experience in Patent Prosecution, Patent Portfolio Management, Commercial Patent, and Patent Litigation.

Languages

English, Bahasa Indonesa

Member

  • Member of the Association of Indonesian Advocates (PERADI).
  • Member of Asosiasi Konsultan Hak Kekayaan Intelektual (AKHI) Indonesia since 2006.
  • Asia-Pacific Trademark Office Relations Subcommittee of the Trademark Office Practices Committee of INTA (2014 - 2018).
  • Member of Asian Patent Attorneys Association (APAA).

Education

University of Atma Jaya B.A. Law (1997).


Indonesia

Intellectual property

Within: Leading individuals

Daru Lukiantono - Hadiputranto, Hadinoto & Partners, a member firm of Baker McKenzie

Within: Intellectual property

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.

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