Dyah Paramita

Dyah Paramita

Senior Associate

Email [email protected]​hoganlovells.com

Phone +62 21 2788 7933

Fax +62 21 2788 7990

LanguagesEnglish, Indonesian

Practice groupLitigation, Arbitration, and Employment

International clients look to Dyah to handle their crisis and their most complex disputes in Indonesia. She is keen, strategic and enthusiastic - always goes the extra mile for her clients.

Dyah Paramita has extensive experience in handling antitrust and competition law issues before Indonesia’s Competition Authority (KPPU), varying from advisory, cartel investigation, merger control filing, and business model consultation, up to antitrust and competition litigation. She is recognized by Chambers Asia Pacific 2018-2021: Indonesia, Antitrust/Competition.

On the dispute resolution front, she is currently a Regional Representative for ICC Young Arbitrators Forum, South Asia, 2019-2021.

As a fully qualified Indonesian advocate and Member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (MCIArb), she holds a Master of Laws degree in 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, to arbitration, and alternative dispute resolution. She is also well-versed in handling investigations, white-collar crimes, and private wealth disputes.

Technology is influencing all areas of law, including litigation, arbitration, investigations, and antitrust. Dyah is leading the legal document automation innovation in the Jakarta office to enhance cost and time efficiency of our lawyers.

Dyah was appointed by the Coordinating Ministry of Economic Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia as the Spokesperson of the Independent Expert Team (Tim Serap Aspirasi UU Cipta Kerja) to assist the government in preparing the implementing regulations of the Omnibus Law on Job Creation.

Dyah Paramita focuses on general compliance and antitrust advice and is particularly active on merger filings. She is an experienced competition specialist and is able to draw on her litigation capability to support clients. Clients say that "Dyah is really reliable on antitrust matters. She knows what she is doing and the solution is a practical one."

Chambers 2022

Awards and recognitions


Indonesia, Antitrust/Competition, Associates to watch
Chambers Asia-Pacific


Asia Pacific, Indonesia, Dispute Resolution, Rising Star
Legal 500


Asia Pacific, Indonesia, Antitrust and Competition, Rising Star
Legal 500

Education and admissions


LL.M., Queen Mary University of London, 2016

Bachelor of Laws, Universitas Padjadjaran, Bandung, Indonesia, 2010


PERADI (Indonesian Bar Association)

Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, Member (MCIArb)

Indonesian Competition Lawyers Association (ICLA), Head of Communication Department

International Bar Association, Antitrust Committee

International Chamber of Commerce, Young Arbitrators Forum, Regional Representative

Bar admissions and qualifications

Indonesian Advocates Association (PERADI)

Court admissions


Representative experience

Representing a foreign investment company in a cartel defence before the Indonesian Competition Authority (KPPU), and its appeal to the District Court and Supreme Court.

Advising a cloud services company as a witness and justice collaborator in relation to a cyberfraud investigation by the Indonesian National Police.

Assisting an oil and gas contractor in addressing queries from the Attorney General Office on an allegation of corruption from a gas sales agreement.

Advising a leading pharmaceutical company in assessing its commercial arrangements for COVID-19 vaccines to be in compliance with Indonesian Competition Laws.

Advising a global diversified industry company in providing a cartel enforcement risks in the emerging jurisdictions, with an additional focus on Southeast Asia.

Advising a state-owned enterprise in strategising multi-faceted potential disputes involving international arbitration, regulatory enforcement, police investigation, and court litigation.

Assisting a leading technology company as a witness in a corruption investigation conducted by the Indonesian National Police.

Advising a vehicle manufacturing company in strategizing for a final effort to launch extraordinary appeal against a KPPU decision.

Assisting global banks in bringing a closure to its disputes in Indonesian and foreign courts and arbitrations through a meticulous settlement arrangement.

Assisting a global food and beverage company in conducting a cross-border police investigation in Indonesia, the U.S., and Cayman Islands in relation to a cyberattack (business email compromise).

Assisting a multinational oil and gas company in a police investigation in relation to the allegation of causing loss to the state finance (Corruption Law) and audit by the Supreme Auditor Body.

Advising a global oil company in arranging an exclusivity term in its downstream agreements in compliance with the Indonesian Competition Law.

Advising a private equity company on issues relating to residual liability including strategy to pierce the corporate veil under Indonesian litigation and SIAC arbitration.

Assisting the International Council of Commercial Arbitration in updating and localising the Judges' Handbook.

Assisting numerous clients in carrying out offshore and onshore merger filing to the KPPU.

Assisting a global company as a justice collaborator in an investigation and examination in relation to allegation of anticompetitive practices being probed by the KPPU.

Assisting a global manufacturing company in relation to a land dispute, cyberattack issues, and criminal investigation in relation to groundwater licenses, and intragroup transfer of assets.

Assisting a global drilling services company in the police investigation in relation to a potential environmental crime following an oil spill incident.

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