Insan is an Associate of UMBRA – Strategic Legal Solutions. His practice focuses on commercial litigation and alternative dispute resolution. He has gained considerable experience across a broad range of litigation, mediation, and arbitration matters, including drafting statements of claim and other pleadings at the District Court, High Court and Supreme Court levels, legal opinions and other legal documents related to dispute resolution. He also frequently advises on manpower and intellectual property issues. With more than four years of experience, Insan has handled a wide range of clients throughout Indonesia and abroad which include individuals, private and public companies, multinational corporations, state owned enterprises as well as governmental agencies and institutions from various sectors.

Insan Fernaldi Lubis

Associate
+62 21 5082 0999

insan@umbra.law

Practice Focus

Litigation and Alternative Dispute Resolution

 

Sub-Practice & Industry

Infrastructure, Banking & Finance, Trade & Commodities

 

Language

Indonesian & English

Professional Affiliations

  • Member of the Association of Indonesian Advocates (PERADI)

 

Education

  • Padjadjaran University, Bachelor of Laws (S.H.) 2015.
  • Representing a Korean state-owned company in a default lawsuit against a local company.
  • Representing a major Japanese construction company in an investment dispute worth to USD 1.4 billion related to Jakarta MRT (mass rapid transportation) project brought by its former Indonesian partner.
  • Representing a Cayman Island investment company in a pretrial petition arising out of Malaysian state-owned enterprise money laundering crimes matter, which involves civil asset forfeiture proceedings brought by the United States Department of Justice and seizure effected by the Criminal Investigation Board of Police of the Republic of Indonesia.
  • Representing a Switzerland pharmaceutical company in an action against an Indonesian company before the Singapore International Arbitration Centre (SIAC).
  • Representing a major Japanese construction company in the case of arbitral award annulment brought by Indonesian Government, i.e., the Ministry of Public Works and Housing before the South Jakarta District Court.
  • Representing a Switzerland investment company to strategize a debt recovery process, including strategies to be implemented to enforce securities (including land mortgage, personal and corporate guarantees) effectively and to recover monies lent under a facility agreement against an Indonesian company. The dispute involved a lot of onshore and offshore litigation (Indonesia and Singapore) and arbitration proceedings (SIAC).
  • Representing an international consumer goods company on trademark annulment dispute before the Jakarta Commercial Court.
  • Representing a major international consumer goods company on possible trademark infringement enforcement against its competitor.
  • Representing a Japanese bank in a dispute against its director related to allegation of credit process violation.
  • Representing an Australian construction company in a factory facilities project dispute (under the FIDIC Red Book contract format) before Indonesia National Arbitration Board (BANI).
ABOUT

Insan is an Associate of UMBRA – Strategic Legal Solutions. His practice focuses on commercial litigation and alternative dispute resolution. He has gained considerable experience across a broad range of litigation, mediation, and arbitration matters, including drafting statements of claim and other pleadings at the District Court, High Court and Supreme Court levels, legal opinions and other legal documents related to dispute resolution. He also frequently advises on manpower and intellectual property issues. With more than four years of experience, Insan has handled a wide range of clients throughout Indonesia and abroad which include individuals, private and public companies, multinational corporations, state owned enterprises as well as governmental agencies and institutions from various sectors.

Insan Fernaldi Lubis

Associate
+62 21 5082 0999

insan@umbra.law

Practice Focus

Litigation and Alternative Dispute Resolution

 

Sub-Practice & Industry

Infrastructure, Banking & Finance, Trade & Commodities

 

Language

Indonesian & English

PROFILE DETAILS

Professional Affiliations

  • Member of the Association of Indonesian Advocates (PERADI)

 

Education

  • Padjadjaran University, Bachelor of Laws (S.H.) 2015.
REPRESENTATIVE DEALS
  • Representing a Korean state-owned company in a default lawsuit against a local company.
  • Representing a major Japanese construction company in an investment dispute worth to USD 1.4 billion related to Jakarta MRT (mass rapid transportation) project brought by its former Indonesian partner.
  • Representing a Cayman Island investment company in a pretrial petition arising out of Malaysian state-owned enterprise money laundering crimes matter, which involves civil asset forfeiture proceedings brought by the United States Department of Justice and seizure effected by the Criminal Investigation Board of Police of the Republic of Indonesia.
  • Representing a Switzerland pharmaceutical company in an action against an Indonesian company before the Singapore International Arbitration Centre (SIAC).
  • Representing a major Japanese construction company in the case of arbitral award annulment brought by Indonesian Government, i.e., the Ministry of Public Works and Housing before the South Jakarta District Court.
  • Representing a Switzerland investment company to strategize a debt recovery process, including strategies to be implemented to enforce securities (including land mortgage, personal and corporate guarantees) effectively and to recover monies lent under a facility agreement against an Indonesian company. The dispute involved a lot of onshore and offshore litigation (Indonesia and Singapore) and arbitration proceedings (SIAC).
  • Representing an international consumer goods company on trademark annulment dispute before the Jakarta Commercial Court.
  • Representing a major international consumer goods company on possible trademark infringement enforcement against its competitor.
  • Representing a Japanese bank in a dispute against its director related to allegation of credit process violation.
  • Representing an Australian construction company in a factory facilities project dispute (under the FIDIC Red Book contract format) before Indonesia National Arbitration Board (BANI).