JJP IP and Dispute Resolution Practices Recommended by Asialaw Profiles; Two JJP Partners Named “Leading Lawyers”
Januar Jahja & Partners (JJP) has been recognized for its intellectual property and dispute resolution practices by Asialaw Profiles (2016). The guide also ranked JJP partners Januar Jahja and Walter Simandjuntak as “Leading Lawyers” for intellectual property law in Indonesia.
The Asialaw Profiles (2016), which listed the firm as “Highly Recommended” for its IP practice, described JJP as “a fast growing IP firm best known for its trade mark work.” One client was quoted as saying, “We highly recommend them because of their excellent advice, good communication skills, and the trust in the firm.”
The firm’s victory on behalf of Internet giant Tencent Holdings Limited at the Indonesian Supreme Court was highlighted in the 2016 guide, along with the firm’s successful representation of Lacoste in a recent opposition action and of Indonesian celebrity brand DAMN! I LOVE INDONESIA in a series of enforcement actions against the online sale of counterfeit goods.
The firm was also listed as “Recommended” for its Dispute Resolution practice.
Senior associate Prudence Jahja was described as a “rising star”, with one client praising her as follows: “She provides an excellent and thorough service in trade mark disputes and counselling.”
Partner Walter Simandjuntak was described as “among the leading IP lawyers in Indonesia.” Mr. Simandjuntak, who previously held various high-level positions within the Indonesian IP Office, including Director of Patents, was listed as a “Leading Lawyer,” along with managing partner Januar Jahja.
The full Asialaw Profiles (2016) for Indonesia can be accessed here.
About Januar Jahja & Partners
Established in 1986, Januar Jahja & Partners (JJP) is a leading boutique IP law firm based in Jakarta, Indonesia. Its expertise and professionalism in handling all aspects of Indonesian IP law have resulted in numerous rankings and accolades, including from the Legal 500, WTR 1000, Managing IP, Chambers & Partners, Asialaw Profiles, and IP Stars, among others. For more information, please visit www.jahja.com.
About Asialaw Profiles
Now in its 20th edition, Asialaw Profiles provides firm and practice area recommendations across 18 practice areas in 24 jurisdictions throughout the Asia-Pacific region. Researched, written and edited by a team of journalists based in the region, the guide “is essential reading for corporate executives, in-house counsel and anyone with a professional interest in the Asia Pacific.” For more information, please visit http://www.asialaw.com/.