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Gilang M. Santosa

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Gilang M. Santosa is an associate of the Corporate and Commercial Practice Group of Lubis, Santosa & Maramis.

He graduated and obtained his Bachelor’s degree in law in July 2012 from the Faculty of Law, Universitas Indonesia, majoring in Commercial Law. During his time in law school, he actively participated in numerous organizations, seminars, trainings courses and events.

He was an active member of Asian Law Student Association (ALSA), participating in ALSA’s international events such as ALSA Conference 2010 in Semarang and Jogjakarta, ALSA Forum 2010 in Seoul, and ALSA Conference 2011 in Singapore.

He was also involved in the establishment of ALSA Alumni Association (ALSA Alumnas).

 

Before joining Lubis, Santosa & Maramis full time, he worked briefly as an assistant legal researcher in Indonesian Research Center for Anti-Money Laundering (IRCA) and prior to that he also served as an intern at Lubis, Santosa & Maramis Law Firm for three months assisting its Corporate and Commercial Practice Group.

He also served as a Trainee at another premier law firm in Indonesia, working mostly in capital market and M&A matters, during which time he gained experience in assisting the IPO process for one of the largest taxi companies in Indonesia.

In Lubis, Santosa & Maramis, he is a member of Corporate and Commercial Practice Group, assigned in assisting wide range of national and multinational clients. In Summer 2015, he took a leave to attend Duke University School of Law's Asia-America Institute in Transnational Law in Hong Kong University Faculty of Law.

In his spare time, he likes to travel and read books about Indonesian history. He speaks Bahasa Indonesia, and English.

Hamonangan Buddhiwisnu Harahap

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Hamonangan Buddhiwisnu Harahap is an associate at the IP practice group of Lubis, Santosa & Maramis. He graduated from Faculty of Law Trisakti University (Sarjana Hukum) in 2005.

he has worked for almost 4 (four) years in another prominent corporate and litigation firm in Jakarta. During that time he was involved as a lawyer in advising and representing clients from various types of industries, including but not limited to telecommunication, investment, farming, media, automotive, land and property, etc

Hamonangan Joined the firm in 2010 and is heavily involved with the IP works of the firm, including arranging for registration of Trademarks, Industrial Design, Copyrights, IPR enforcement as well as IPR litigation. He has involved in advising and representing clients from various industries such: hotels business, transportation, property, adhesive, garment, printing, toiletries, perfumery, etc.

Prior to joining Lubis, Santosa & Maramis in 2010, he has worked for almost 4 (four) years in another prominent corporate and litigation firm in Jakarta. During that time he was involved as a lawyer in advising and representing clients from various types of industries, including but not limited to telecommunication, investment, farming, media, automotive, land and property, etc.

He speaks Bahasa Indonesia and English.

Insan Fernaldi Lubis

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nsan Fernaldi Lubis graduated with a degree in Law from Padjadjaran University in November 2015 majoring in International Law, and shortly afterwards came to Lubis, Santosa & Maramis as an intern, before being made an associate in September 2016.

While studying in Padjadjaran Univeristy, he actively participated in numerous organizational, seminars, training and events. During his university years, he was representing the University in the 10th Willem C.Vis East International Commercial Arbitration Moot Court Competition which was held in Hong Kong in 2013 as an Observer where his team made it to the top 40. Moreover, he also served as a Padjadjaran University Law Faculty Football Club.

In Lubis, Santosa & Maramis Law firm he is a member of the dispute resolution practice group. He has been involved in arbitration proceedings, civil lawsuit and advising general corporate matters for multinational company from highly diverse sectors, among others:

  • Representing PT ODG Indonesia as the Claimant in Indonesian National Arbitration Board (BANI) against PT Nestle Indonesia in connection with construction dispute.
  • Advising Eli Lilly Export S.A. on annulment of the distribution agreement in South Jakarta District Court against PT Tempo Scan Pacific Indonesia.
  • Representing PT Keihin Indonesia as the Defendant in Bandung Industrial Relations Court against the labor union in connection with wage increment dispute.
  • Advising PT Merrill Lynch Indonesia’s shareholders related to Transfer Pricing Practice issue.

He has passed the Indonesian Bar Exam organized by the Indonesian Bar Association (PERADI). He speaks Bahasa Indonesia and English

Kenzo Hadi Bangga

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Kenzo Hadi Bangga joined Lubis, Santosa & Maramis Law firm as an associate in September 2011. He graduated in 2009 from the Faculty of Law, University of Gadjah Mada, majoring in International Law. Prior to joining Lubis, Santosa & Maramis, Kenzo worked for an emerging law firm in Jakarta that specializes in mining, infrastructure and financing.

In Lubis, Santosa & Maramis Law firm he is a member of the corporate commercial practice assigned in assisting clients from various sectors such as telecommunication, mining, oil and gas, security services, infrastructure, retail, et cetera. Kenzo’s main areas of practice include general corporate & investment as well as energy & natural resources.

He speaks Bahasa Indonesia and English.

Kristian Takasdo Simorangkir

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ristian obtained his Bachelor of Law degree from the University of Indonesia in 2013. During his time in law school, he involved in various organizations and activities. He involved in the Executive Board of Students, the Asian Law Students’ Association, the Law Students’ Association for Legal Practice, and the Paragita Student Choir. He also won a national debate competition, a national scientific paper competition, and international choir competitions.
 
Before joining Lubis, Santosa & Maramis, Kristian worked for 2 years in other prominent law firm in Jakarta. During his tenure, he involved in commercial dispute resolution, bankruptcy and insolvency, and environment.He is experienced in advising and representing clients before Badan Arbitrase Nasional Indonesia (BANI), London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA), Singapore High Court, and Federal Court of Australia.Some of Kristian’s substantial representations or involvement are, as follows:
  • Shimizu Corporation in an investment dispute worth to USD 1.4 billion related to Jakarta MRT (mass rapid transportation) project brought by its former Indonesian partner;
  • Itochu Corporation in a USD 2.5 million civil claim brought by its former distributor before the District Court of Central Jakarta;
  • PT Freeport Indonesia in a dispute brought by several people before the District Court of South Jakarta;
  • PT Tokyu Land Indonesia in a dispute brought by a company before the District Court of Central Jakarta;
  • A joint operation between Japanese company and Indonesian state-owned company (contractor) in a dispute against its former employer before arbitration proceedings;
  • An Indonesian coal mining company (employer) in a dispute brought by its contractor (a consortium composed of a state-owned company and a private limited liability company) before arbitration proceedings;
  • A Switzerland export company in a dispute against publicly listed limited liability company before Singapore High Court;
  • An international material handling company in a criminal case against its former distributor in Indonesia;
  • An international consumer goods company in a dispute against its competitor concerning commercial advertising and advertising ethics compliance.

Kristian has attended the legal practice course for lawyers and passed the Indonesian Bar Exam organized by Indonesian Bar Association (Perhimpunan Advokat Indonesia or PERADI).

Kristian has a passion in music. He devotes most of his free time to musical activities and church service.
He speaks Bahasa Indonesia and English.

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