Fifiek specializes in transportation infrastructure regulatory framework and financing. As MAA has been the retainer lawfirm for PT. Transportasi Jakarta (previously UP Transjakarta), Fifiek handles the overall regulatory and corporate transactions of Transjakarta, Jakarta’s owned bus operators and semi regulatory company. The process of establishing the current PT Transportasi Jakarta required Fifiek’s expertise in designing the regulatory framework for bus reform in Jakarta. In addition, she was also engaged by KAI (Kereta Api Indonesia) to assist with the project financing of their business innovation and expansion. In December 2016, MAA represented KAI in closing the deal with Mandiri for IDR 1,2 T Mandatory Syndicated Loan Agreement. Furthermore, Fifiek has been working closely with the University of Indonesia in preparing the documents for Electronic Road Pricing planned to commence in Jakarta in mid 2019.
Obtaining her master degree from Northwestern University, School of Law, Chicago Illinois in 2002 on Fulbright Scholarship, Fifiek is licensed advocate with PERADI and a sworn legal translator.
Due to her achievement working on legal reforms effort and judiciary education for the Supreme Court of Republic of Indonesia, Fifiek received a leadership fellowship from Eisenhower Fellowships, headquartered in Philadelphia, in 2013 where she visited various judicial institution in the United States to deepen her understanding on how judicial recruitment, including lawyer’s intakes, is conducted. She is currently the chairwoman for Eisenhower Fellowhips – Indonesian Alumnae
Beginning his lawyer career in 1997, Fauzul has expansive experience both in corporate matters and litigation practices. He was a lawyer with Soemadipradja and Taher from 2002 – 2007 before establishing MAA in 2008. From 2007 – 2008, Fauzul acted as special staff for legal affairs for the Vice President of PT. Pertamina (Persero) where he advised the Vice President on crucial corporate and transaction legal matters.
Fauzul’s expertise is litigation, specially environmental litigation as he has been appointed to act as one of the attorney for the Minister of Forestry and Environment for their forest fire cases. For this expertise, Fauzul has been asked to develop training material for joint training of judicial enforcement officers on scientific evidence in environmental cases.
In addition to litigation practice, Fauzul has strong foreign investment clients portofolio. He has successfully handled the establishment white label services and health care providers from the ASEAN regions. Fauzul is a member of Capital Market Lawyers Association (HKHPM) and admitted in OJK for Capital Market Lawyer.
Agung is the leading litigation associate and has single handedly handle numerous cases before the district court for arbitration award enforcement procedures. Agung also manages the arbitration desk in MAA.
Debby has earned trust and confidence of MAA’s foreign clients, specially in dealing with licenses for investment purposes, such as the principal license and expansion permits from the Investment Coordinating Board, the import licenses and chemical licenses for industrial areas. Debby also was involved in the documentation preparation of PT. Kereta Api Indonesia loan syndication agreements and its security.
Debby is a LPDP Awardee for Leiden University Master Degree for 2017 intake.
Rehan joined MAA in September 2017, previously worked as a legal counsel at one of the biggest startup company in Indonesia, where he focused his practice on contract drafting, company licenses and cyber law. He graduated with a bachelor of law degree (majoring in state administrative law) from the University of Indonesia in 2016, and already passed Peradi examination. At MAA, Rehansya focuses primarily on general corporate matters for state-owned companies and contract drafting under the state procurement regime.
Dani has strong research background and started his career at Ministry of Trade as a Trade Consultant, before joining MAA in 2017. Dani assists MAA’s foreign client in dealing with licenses for investment purposes, such as the principal license, business license and import license. Dani is trusted that MAA’s clients are updated with the licensing regulation updates.
MAA works is always based on thorough research both field research and desktop review. Panji is the paralegal ensuring the updated regulations and any news relating to the clients’ affairs are supplied. Previously, Panji has done some researches for the Supreme Court of the Republic of Indonesia as assistant researcher.
Aria Suyudi is Senior Researcher for Centre for Indonesian Law and Policy Studies (www.pshk.or.id). He graduated from Faculty of Law University of Indonesia in 1999 he obtains his Master in Laws degree from Erasmus University School of Law in 2003 writing his thesis on Jurimetrics Analysis of Court decisions in Bankruptcy. He teaches bankruptcy law and International Trade Laws at several law schools in Jakarta. He has been researching and writing bankruptcy issue since year 1999.
He spent many of his work in legal reform initiatives and providing advice to government of Indonesia in particular in the area of judicial reform, modernization of legal process and services, and reform in business-related regulation. He works with Supreme Court of Indonesia, Ministry of Law and Human Rights, (i.e. DG General Legal Administration, DG Correction, National Law & Development Agencies) through his assignment with AusAID DFAT, World Bank Group, The Asia Foundation, UNDP and various domestic and international agencies. He is the person responsible for implementation of national online court judgment publication, Implementation of Electronic Court, National online Inmates Database SMS, and Online Fiducia Security Database.
He has been involved in Doing Business Reform since 2012, through assignment from World Bank Group. He is responsible to the reform on Starting Business, Getting Credit, Enforcing Contract, and Resolving Insolvency. Since his involvement Indonesia’s EoDB rank has been increased from 130 to 72, with significant improvement in the area of getting credit, and resolving insolvency.
Dikky Zulfikar has been involved in public reform since 2002, not only directly engaged with several local governments projects, he also engaged with Asia Development Bank to develop new framework in financial accounting system both in Ministry of Finance and Ministry of Home Affair. In 2013, Dikky started to do consultancy in judicial reform with his engagement in Judicial Commission under Australia Indonesia Partnership for Justice (AIPJ) project. In 2014, Dikky engaged in business process reengineering project under Change for Justice (C4J) project. In 2015, Dikky joined Judicial Reform Team of Supreme Court RI to lead team in organization restructuring project.
Other than in public area, Dikky experiences in many tasks in business sector including as Sales Director, Finance Director, Vice President Director and also business coach.
Dikky obtained full scholarship from Ministry of Finance Republic Indonesia and get his Diploma IV in accountancy in 2001. Dikky also holds a Master Business Administration in strategic management from Gadjah Mada University.
Dian Rositawati has been engaged in the judicial reform sector in Indonesia since 2000. She was involved in the drafting of the Supreme Court Blueprints that have become the foundation of judicial reform in Indonesia and has played an important role in their implementation efforts ever since. She is also a board member of the Indonesian Institute for Independent Judiciary (LeIP), a leading Indonesia NGO in the area of rule of law and judiciary reform, of which she is also the former Executive Director from 2008 to 2015.
Since 2017 Dian is a Fellow of the Handa Center for Human Rights and International Justice, Stanford University, where she coordinates the development and implementation of human rights, rule of law, and justice sector projects and liaises with partner governmental and non-governmental institutions in Indonesia. In addition to her works in legal reform and human rights aspects, she teaches courses at the University of Indonesia and the Jentera School of Law particularly in the subjects of Law in Society, Gender and Development and Anthropology of Law.
She holds a Master Degree in Law, Development and Globalization from School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) University of London and is currently completing her PhD research for the University of Tilburg in the Netherlands on judicial organization in Indonesia.