WTO Law Issues
Corporate and Commercial Litigation
Anti-monopoly and Business Competition
We are Indonesia’s leading firm with attorneys experienced in defending foreign and domestic clients in WTO related issues such as anti-dumping, safeguards, dispute settlement proceedings and more.
B&P provide first class legal services to national and international clients in the implementation of Law concerning Prohibition of Monopoly and Unfair Business Practices.
Our office has extensively represented clients from various countries in relation to intellectual property cases in Indonesia, particularly trademarks, through application for registration of famous brands, etc
Awards & Recognitions
Who’s Who Legal
Named Bundjamin & Partners the 2006-2021 premier leading Indonesian law firm in the area of international trade law practice focusing specifically on trade defense instruments recognized under agreements set forth in the WTO
Chambers & Partners in Chamber Global Client‘s Guide
Stated Mr. Bundjamin is simply the best out there and continues to lead the market, with matchless experience of work for international clients throughout both Asia and Europe. He can advise on the full range of regulatory pitfalls facing exporters to Indonesia, as well as trade remedy matters, including antidumping. His competition practice is held in similarly high regard.
Mr. Pandjaitan is a senior advocate in the law firm Bundjamin & Partners specializing in representing clients in criminal, commercial and administrative matters in various stages of legal proceedings, including applications for annulling anti-dumping measures before the administrative courts, defending clients in competition issues before KPPU, district courts to supreme court, and labor issues
Mr. Anggoro has also been involved in several national anti monopoly proceedings, among others in KPPU proceeding against a national multimedia company, and most recently in a proceeding on a cartel allegation against the leading national palm cooking oil producer, and also price fixing allegation against one of the leading national airline companies.