Registered intellectual property rights can be
efficiently and effectively enforced in Indonesia.
Indonesia is often described as a challenging jurisdiction, and this is correct insofar as enforcement options that are available in more developed legal jurisdictions are not all available here. However, there are tried and tested options that do work, and can be combined to formulate an effective strategy.
Achieve a deterrent effect quickly and cost-effectively. Raids are generally carried out within two weeks of filing a complaint.
A low-cost enforcement option, most effective when used as part of a wider strategy including raids. An opportunity to recover costs.
Our experienced team of in-house investigators are skilled at performing a variety of investigative techniques. Able to penetrate targets and collect useful evidence.
Useful both for identifying sources of counterfeit/infringing product, as well as assessing the state of the market.
Magnify the deterrent effect of enforcement measures through press releases, press conferences, public notices.
Removing infringing content from online platforms and e-commerce sites.
Controlled purchases of counterfeit/infringing goods.
We arrange criminal raids against shops, warehouses and factories in an effort to disrupt the market for counterfeit products of the world’s largest supplier and manufacturer of athletic shoes and apparel. A total in excess of 32,000 pairs of counterfeit shoes were seized and later destroyed in December 2022 at Pekanbaru, Riau, Indonesia.
In October 2022, a criminal complaint was filed against a distributor of a lubricant producer counterfeiting a world-known lubricant brand. Police seized 1,224 bottles of counterfeit lubricants, printing machines and production equipment from three warehouses. A press conference was arranged on 20 October 2022, where the Director of Special Crime Investigations of Central Java Province Police briefed the media on details of the case. Details were later published in print media and electronic newspapers, including the Kompas national newspaper.
In August 2022, our in-house researchers located a facility producing counterfeit farming goods in Semarang, Central Java. A raid was conducted and more than 1,5 tons of counterfeit goods, packaging, and packing tools were seized.
Purnomo leads our Enforcement & Intelligence Team. He: