Dyah Paramita has extensive experience in handling antitrust and competition law issues before the Indonesia's Competition Authority (KPPU), varying from advisory, cartel investigation, merger control filing, business model consultation, up to antitrust and competition litigation. She is one of the co-founders of the Indonesian Competition Lawyers Association (ICLA).
On the dispute resolution front, she is currently a regional representative for International Chamber of Commerce Young Arbitrators Forum, South Asia, 2019-2021.
She is a fully qualified Indonesian advocate and member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, she holds a Master of Laws degree on Comparative and International Dispute Resolution from the Queen Mary University of London. She is experienced in handling a wide array of disputes, varying from commercial disputes before the courts, arbitration, and alternative dispute resolution. She is also well versed in handling investigations, white-collar crimes, as well as private wealth disputes.
Technology is influencing all areas of law, including litigation, arbitration, investigations, and antitrust. Dyah works with clients to help them understand their shifting risk landscape, as technology disrupts their industries, and helps them to ensure they're maximizing the use of technology to mitigate those risks.