Januar Jahja & Partners Ranked Again by Legal 500; Three JJP Attorneys “Recommended”
The Legal 500 has once again ranked Januar Jahja & Partners (JJP) as one of the leading intellectual property firms in Indonesia. Moreover, three JJP attorneys were “Recommended” by the Legal 500 Asia Pacific 2016 guide, which is regarded as the largest legal referral guide in the world.
Stating that JJP is “particularly noted for its litigation capabilities”, the Legal 500 (2016) guide placed JJP in the ‘Second Tier’ of firms, making it one of the top IP firms in Indonesia. The guide also highlighted JJP’s representation of Internet giant Tencent Holdings Limited and its win at the Indonesian Supreme Court related the famous QQ mark.
The 2016 guide also noted JJP’s representation of local celebrity brand DAMN! I Love Indonesia, which resulted in numerous online enforcement actions against counterfeit and infringing products.
Finally, the Legal 500 (2016) guide listed three JJP attorneys as recommended: managing partner Januar Jahja, senior associate Prudence Jahja, and newly hired associate Rianti Namora, who the guide described as a “trade mark specialist” at her previous firm.
The full Legal 500 Asia Pacific 2016 guide 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 The Legal 500
The Legal 500 is widely acknowledged as the world’s largest legal referral guide, providing coverage on legal service providers in more than 100 countries. Now in its 26th year, the guide’s research is based on surveys and interviews of more than 250,000 corporate counsel each year. It is an independent and merit-based guide, focusing on the strength in depth of the teams instead of individual partners.