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Adnan Kelana Haryanto & Hermanto

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Chairman: Andy Kelana
Managing Partner: Stefanus Haryanto
Number of partners: 7
Number of lawyers:
20
Number of foreign counsels: 3
Languages:
English, French, Indonesian, Japanese

Firm Overview:
Adnan Kelana Haryanto & Hermanto is one of Jakarta’s leading independent law firms engaged in transnational practice. The firm’s founding partners have been in the practice of law for more than 15 years. Their combined experience and client base have paved the way for us to deliver effective and well-coordinated legal representation to some of the world’s and Indonesia’s leading multinational enterprises, as well as government entities and private individuals.

AKHH team includes lawyers educated in the United States, Japan, Canada, and Europe, augmented by foreign counsels from various jurisdictions in Asia, translators, paralegals, and professionally-trained general staff members.

Main Areas of Practice:
■ Corporate/Commercial (M&A)
■ Arbitration & Litigation
■ Project Finance
■ Telecommunications
■ Oil & Gas
■ Energy & Natural Resources
■ Anti-trust
■ Banking & Financial Services
■ Bankruptcy
■ Capital Markets
■ Environmental Law
■ Financial Services
■ Foreign Investment
■ Intellectual Property
■ Employment
■ International Trade & World Trade Organisation

Key Clients:
American Express International, Inc.; Apple, Inc.; The Boeing Company; Bank Indonesia; Bank Negara Indonesia; GE Global Operations; Johnson Home Hygiene Products; Mitsubishi Corporation; Paiton Energy; Sampoerna Group; PT.Telekomunikasi Indonesia,Tbk; PT.XL Axiata,Tbk; WalMart Stores Inc; United States Department of Agriculture (USDA)

International Work:
AKHH acted as the Indonesian counsels for Bank Indonesia in a legal suit at the District Court of Amsterdam filed by the trustee of N.V. De Indonesische Overzeese Bank. Founding Partner Stefanus Haryanto has the experience of providing expert testimonies on Indonesian laws before the United States District Court Northern District of Illinois, Hong Kong High Court, Singapore High Court and Federal Court of Australia Victoria District Registry.