Dimas Indartono joined SSEK in 2006 after graduating from the Faculty of Law of Pelita Harapan University, where he majored in business law. He earned his Master of Laws (LL.M.) in 2016 from the University of Pennsylvania, an Ivy League university located in Philadelphia, where he was also able to take courses at the Wharton School of Business as part of a cross-disciplinary program.
Since joining SSEK, Dimas has been extensively involved in major transactions and has provided legal advice and representation in the mining, banking, project finance, foreign investment, and mergers and acquisitions sectors for multinational and domestic companies.
In addition to handling corporate matters, Dimas has been involved in civil and criminal litigation cases, including but not limited to contract disputes and torts, and asset seizures before the Indonesian courts. Dimas's experience includes representing a U.S.-based leader in the energy and petrochemical sector in a class-action dispute filed by an Indonesian NGO at the Central Jakarta District Court. He also represented one of the biggest multi-franchise restaurant chains in the United States in a tortuous claim for more than USD 100 million.
His practice areas include banking and finance, mergers and acquisitions, mining, bankruptcy, restructuring, capital markets, foreign capital investment, project finance, foundations, intellectual property rights, litigation and dispute resolution, and general corporate law.
Dimas is fluent in Indonesian and English, and enjoys playing golf in his free time. He is a member of the Indonesian Advocates Association (Peradi), allowing him bar admittance in all judicial courts in Indonesia.
He is also a licensed Bankruptcy Receiver and Administrator and a member of the Association of Indonesian Bankruptcy Receivers and Administrators (AKPI).