Ali Budiardjo Nugroho Reksodiputro (ABNR)
Total number of professionals: 107
Number of partners: 18
Principal office: Jakarta
Ali Budiardjo, Nugroho, Reksodiputro (“ABNR”) is one of Indonesia’s largest independent full-service law firms. ABNR is principally engaged in the provision of legal services to foreign companies, banks and international institutions operating or setting up business in Indonesia, as well as to Indonesian enterprises contracting with foreign companies and institutions or with other Indonesian companies.
ABNR specializes in the handling of matters in various fields, including: antitrust; aviation; banking and finance; bankruptcy; capital markets; construction; corporate; energy; environment; information technology; intellectual property; investment; joint ventures; labor law; licensing; mergers and acquisitions; mining; private power; privatization; project finance; real estate; restructuring; shipping/maritime law; and telecommunications. The firm also has an outstanding reputation in handling complex and multi-faceted cross-border transactions.
The commitment ABNR makes to clients is to provide broad-based, personalized service from top quality teams of lawyers with international experience in groundbreaking deals and projects. The firm’s reputation has been recognized around the world by independent industry surveys and law firm guides. Being one of the first law firms in Indonesia, ABNR has a long history of innovation in complex financial cross border matters. The award reflects ABNR’s uncompromising commitment to providing the highest standard of legal services, and confirms its preeminent position in the Indonesia legal market.
ABNR has a number of partners and foreign counsel who have been recognized in 2017 by Chambers Asia, Chambers Global, The Asia Pacific Legal 500, The Asia Law Profiles and IFLR 1000 as leading individuals in their fields. A number of the firm’s lawyers actively participate in the reformation of the judicial system, academic and university life, and are the authors of numerous publications, thus contributing to the evolution and dissemination of the law in Indonesia.
Key practice areas
Antitrust & international trade; arbitration & dispute resolution; aviation; banking & finance; capital market; corporate practice; environment; forestry and plantations; intellectual property; investment law; labour law; maritime & shipping; mergers & acquisitions; mining & energy; oil & gas; project finance; real estate; restructuring & bankruptcy; telecommunications & information technology; tourism.