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Fadriyadi Kudri

Fadriyadi Kudri holds a law degree from Faculty of Law University of Indonesia (1994) and a Master of Law degree from the University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia (2002). He has been practicing as a lawyer since 1995.

Prior to establishing KUDRI & DJAMARIS, Fadriyadi was a partner in a major and reputable law firm in Jakarta. During his tenure with the former firm, Fadriyadi was intensively engaged in all corporate and commercial practice of the firm. He advised and assisted overseas and local clients from diverse industries in various types of transactions. He advises and assists clients in the formation of all types companies or other legal entities formation. He advised and assisted clients in the drawing up and negotiation of the joint venture and/or shareholders agreement. He also involved in numerous merger and acquisitions transactions for clients from different industries (including plantations, mining, airline, hotel and manufacture), legal due diligence for the purpose of merger and acquisition as well as in relation to compliance, such as for the Indonesian Bank Restructuring Agency (IBRA/BPPN), in the due diligence projects in respect of the compliance of Master Settlement and Acquisition Agreement (MSAA), Master Refinancing and Notes Issuance Agreement (MRNIA) and Deed of Acknowledgement of Debt (Akta Pengakuan Utang- APU) as well as for PT Holdiko Perkasa in the disposal process of their assets.

He has experience in advising, drafting and negotiating for clients in their commercial transactions relating to the construction and development of office building, apartments, toll road projects, coal supply and others. He advised and drafted for clients on their franchises, hotel management, licensing agreement, sales and distribution agreements for clients in the business of restaurant, hotel, publishing, merchandise and others. He also advised and represented banks or institutions in extending loans to companies from diverse industries as well as in debt restructuring project.

In respect to Employment Law, Fadriyadi Kudri had advised and represented some companies and institutions on the legal aspects regarding mass layoffs as a result of business closure. He also advised for clients in relation to the effect of global merger to Indonesian employees, drafting of employment contract, company regulation and collective labor agreements.

Fadriyadi also has the exposure to the litigation practice and involved in a number of litigation cases of the firm, such as in the following cases:  

  • A German company in a dispute concerning its shareholding in an Indonesian Limited liability company (District Court of South Jakarta);
  • An Indonesian company in an arbitration under SIAC Rules in Singapore concerning shareholders agreement of Joint Venture finance company in Indonesia;
  • A US oil company who also hold a PSC from Indonesian Government in a dispute in BANI Arbitration relating to Tanker Charter Party;
  • Various companies in relation to the civil review process against the Tax Court Judgment;
  • An Indonesian property company in a dispute concerning a claim of rental payments under an office lease agreement in BANI Arbitration;
  • A foreign telecommunication company as one of the creditor during the bankruptcy of Telkomsel (Commercial Court of Central Jakarta District Court);

Fadriyadi Kudri is a member of Indonesian Bar Association (PERADI) as well as a member of Indonesian Receiver and Bankruptcy Administrator Association (AKPI). He speaks Bahasa Indonesia and English. 

He can be contacted at:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Defrizal Djamaris

Defrizal Djamaris holds a law degree from Faculty of Law Padjadjaran University (1999). He started his career as a lawyer in 2000 when he joined a reputable litigation law firm soon after his graduation. After working for a couple of other major and reputable law firms in Jakarta, Defrizal was appointed as a partner at the last law firm he worked with, before he then decided to establish KUDRI & DJAMARIS.

At the former firm, Defrizal was heavily involved in many high profile cases of the firm for clients from different industries. He had exposures in civil and commercial, criminal, administrative law and unfair competition litigations.

In civil and commercial litigations, he advised and represented the followings:

  • CSFB, Merrill Lynch, Lehman Brothers and other investment banks on the dispute concerning a US$185 million bond issue before Serang District Court brought by PT Tripolyta, a large Indonesian petrochemical company;
  • Morgan Stanley Inc. and CSFB, on the tort claim brought by PT Indah Kiat Pulp & Paper and PT Lontar Papyrus Pulp & Paper (both are subsidiary of Asia Pulp & Paper (APP)) before the Bengkalis District Court and Kuala Tungkal District Court concerning US$ 500 million and US$ 550 million bond issue;
  • ConocoPhillips Indonesia Ltd, in the defence of proceedings before the Central Jakarta District Court filed by its contractor concerning the breach of contract of Rig Management Services in amount of US$ 78 million;
  • STT Communication Ltd and Indonesia Communication Ltd, in the defence of (i) a citizen lawsuit filed by the former President of the Republic of Indonesia, Mr Abdurrahman Wahid et al (133 Plaintiffs); and (ii) a class action lawsuit filed by the Alumni of Indonesian Islamic Student Association (KAHMI), both before the Central Jakarta District Court with regard the divestment issue of an Indonesian leading telecommunication provider company, PT Indosat;
  • Exxon Mobil Indonesia Incorporation, in the defence of citizen lawsuit filed by the former Chief of People’s Consultative Assembly (MPR) of the Republic of Indonesia, Prof. Amien Rais et al (113 Plaintiffs) before the Central Jakarta District Court concerning the appointment of operator of Cepu Block, Indonesia; and
  • Salim Group and PT Holdiko Perkasa, in the defence of proceedings before Kota Bumi District Court and Gunung Sugih District Court over the sales of Sugar Group Companies and cancellation of the companies US$ 75 million Loan Agreements.

Defrizal Djamaris also had experience in handling criminal case at any level of proceeding, starting from investigation, prosecution and examination before the court. He was a team member of one of high profile corruption case involved a former Indonesian Ministry in 2002 on the misuse of Indonesian Logistic’s fund.

Defrizal Djamaris is also qualified in the media law issues. He was involved in assisting, advising and representing The Washington Post in the successful negotiation and mediation with the Commander in Chief of the Indonesian Armed Forces (TNI) on the threatened lawsuit from the Commander in Chief toward The Washington Post on a defamation allegation in relation to the publication of an article titled “Indonesia Military Allegedly Talked of Targeting Mine.” He was also intensively engaged in the following high profile media law issues:

  • Time Inc., on the tort claim brought by Abu Bakar Ba’asyir before South Jakarta District Court regarding the defamation allegation on the publication of an article in Time Magazine titled “A Confession of Al Qa’edah Allegation”; and tort claim filed by former President of the Republic of Indonesia, Mr. Soeharto.
  • Tempo Magazine, on the tort claim brought by an Indonesian Tycoon before Central Jakarta District Court concerning defamation allegation relating to an article published in Tempo Magazine.

Defrizal Djamaris also advises and represents clients in unfair business practices litigations. He advised and represented client in the following cases:

  • Goldman Sachs Singapore Pte Ltd as the petitioner in the proceeding before the Central Jakarta  District  Court  against  the Decision of the Business Competition  Supervisory  Body (KPPU) concerning the tender of sale of 2 (two) Very Large Crude Carrier of PT Pertamina (a state owned petroleum company);
  • PT Holdiko Perkasa, as the petitioner in proceeding before the Central Jakarta District Court against the Decision of the Business Competition Supervisory Body (KPPU) concerning the tender of sale of PT Indomobil International;
  • Astro All Asia Networks Plc (Astro TV) as the petitioner against the Decision of the Business Competition Supervisory Body (KPPU) concerning monopoly of the English Premier League broadcasting right.

Defrizal also has the experience in tax and administrative law litigations. In the  administrative law litigation, he represented a state owned coal mining company namely PT Tambang Batubara Bukit Asam (Persero) Tbk., as the Plaintiff in the proceeding before the court with regard the cancellation of the exploitation mining right of the company by the local administration. In the tax litigation, Defrizal was the attorney involved in all tax litigations cases assisted and represented by the former firm such as:

  • Amoseas Inc. Ltd, on the Civil Request (Peninjauan Kembali) to the Indonesian Supreme Court against the Judgment of Tax Court concerning the treatment of Value Added Tax.
  • ConocoPhillips (Sakala Timur Ltd) on the Civil Request (Peninjauan Kembali) to the Indonesian Supreme Court against the Judgment of Tax Court concerning the misapplication of Value Added Tax law by the Director General of Tax of the Republic of Indonesia.
  • Himpunan Kawasan Industri Indonesia (HKII) on the Judicial Review to the Supreme Court against the Letter of Director General of Tax concerning Value Added Tax (VAT) Treatment on Bounded Zone Industries;
  • PT Pervetti Van Melle Indonesia, on the Civil Request (Peninjauan Kembali) to the Indonesian Supreme Court against the Judgment of Tax Court concerning the treatment of Value Added Tax.
  • PT Jasa Angkasa Semesta, Tbk., on the Counter of Civil Request concerning the misapplication of Value Added Tax law by the Director General of Tax of the Republic of Indonesia;   
  • BUT Mitsui & Co., Ltd on the Counter to Civil Request filed by DGT concerning the misapplication of Withholdings Tax law (PPh) by the Director General of Tax of the Republic of Indonesia.

In relation to Employment Law, Defrizal had advised clients such as Adidas and Burger Soehne AG Burg, Switzerland, in respect to issues on dismissal of employees, strike and outsourcing as well as in relation to industrial relation dispute.

Defrizal Djamaris holds a Receiver and Administrator License issued by Ministry of Law and Human Right of the Republic of Indonesia.

Defrizal Djamaris is a member of Indonesian Bar Association (PERADI) and is an elected member to appear appear in the 2010-2011 edition of International Who’s Who of Professional issued by International Who’s Who Historical Society.  Additionally, he is also actively involved in several organizations activities as follows:

  • Deputy for Research and Development of Board Committee of Indonesian Receiver and Administrator Association (AKPI) for the year 2013 – 2016;
  • Head of Law and Good Corporate Government Compartment of National Board Committee of Indonesian Young Entrepreneurs Association of the Republic of Indonesia (HIPMI) for the year 2011-2015;
  • Secretary General to Indonesian Advocates Association (AAI) of the Central Jakarta Branch for the year 2013 – 2018;
  • Head of Legal Aid of the Indonesia Bar Association (PERADI) of the Central Jakarta Branch of year 2013-2018

He speaks Bahasa Indonesia and English. 

He can be contacted at:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

 

 

 

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