Satrio Law Firm has extensive experience in assisting clients with commercial litigation (including intellectual property) and bankruptcy matters. We focus on protecting the interest of foreign corporations that become involved in dispute proceedings and other contentious situations in Indonesia. We provide comprehensive advice and draft pleadings and applications at all stages of litigation, acting for commercial plaintiffs and defendants in civil proceedings in the District Courts, Courts of Appeal, Supreme Court and Judicial Review levels.
Numerous multinational clients rely on our expertise to guide them through the difficulties and peculiarities of litigating and arbitrating in and in relation to Indonesia. Our lawyers assist with formal proceedings, both in Jakarta and other cities across Indonesia.
We also provide advice on Bankruptcy Law and proceedings in the Commercial Court, representing clients both as creditor or debtor in bankruptcy applications in the Commercial and Supreme Courts, and have had considerable experience representing clients at creditor meetings during periods of suspension of payments and bankruptcy.
Our expertise also extends to commercial arbitration matters under the local Indonesian Board of Arbitration Rules and international arbitration rules. Lawyers at SLF have been involved in much major International arbitration of disputes over the years. We have conducted cases in the major arbitration centers of the world such as London, Geneva, Singapore, Hong Kong and Jakarta. Our clients have included major International Corporations in the oil and gas industry, shipping and maritime related organizations, and mining exploration and commodities companies, amongst others. Andrew I. Sriro is a member of the board of arbitrators of the Indonesian National Board of Arbitration (Badan Arbitrase Nasional Indonesia).
Our team has experience in a wide range of civil dispute situations, including alternative dispute settlement mechanisms and has also assisted various multinational companies with contentious employment matters.