Dyah Paramita

Dyah Paramita

Senior Associate, Jakarta

Email dyah.paramita@​dnfp.com

Phone +62 21 2788 7933

Fax +62 21 2788 7990

LanguagesEnglish, Indonesian

Practice groupLitigation

Dyah 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 recently recognised as Associates to Watch by Chambers Asia Pacific 2018: Indonesia, Antirust/Competition.

She is a fully qualified Indonesian advocate and Member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (MCIArb) having 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.

Awards and recognitions


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

Education and admissions


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

Bachelor of Law, 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 (IBA) Antitrust Committee, Newsletter, Indonesian correspondent

Bar admissions and qualifications

Indonesia from PERADI (Perhimpunan Advocate Indonesia/Indonesian Advocate Association)

Court admissions


Representative experience

Bridgestone Tire Indonesia on a defence for cartel allegation proceeding before the KPPU, appeal to the District Court and Supreme Court.

A multinational cement company in an investigation regarding alleged fraud and embezzlement.

A multinational power technology company in an investigation related to alleged bribery and corruption.

A multinational information technology device manufacturer in relation to a preliminary investigation before the KPPU with clean result.

Major airline in Indonesia with regard to their internal procurement regulation and potential dispute related to a tender process in compliance with the competition law.

Major mining services company on an advising in relation to tender and procurement regulations in compliance with the competition law.

An Indonesian AOC 135 airline company in a defence towards claims from victims of an aircraft incident.

An Indonesian chartered airline company (now liquidated) in a dispute related to their aircraft lease agreement.

International insurance company in relation to the consolation payment for several victims of a bombing accident in Indonesia.

International internet company on the internal investigation related to potential violation of competition law.

Multinational medical equipment manufacturer in preparing contracting checklist to be in compliance with Indonesian competition law.

Indonesian subsidiary of multinational banking corporation in the dispute against its borrowers, launching multifaceted strategy.

Providing antitrust and competition law training for various department and subsidiaries of a first category AOC 121 airline in Indonesia.

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