Commercial Litigation & Arbitration
If necessity is the mother of invention, then conflict is its father.
                                                                                                                        - Kenneth Kaye

No matter how well you protect your intellectual property rights, sometimes conflicts between business doers are still inevitable. Conflicts in commercial matters varies across business doers. It may relate to disputes in any field of intellectual property or disputes in any commercial area. Any dispute requires a reliable dispute resolution mechanism. But most importantly, it requires a reliable dispute resolution expert. Such expert is often the missing link in a dispute.

Together with reputable and reliable legal experts in Markus Sajogo & Associates, we combine the best minds in IP as a solution for your missing link. We offer solution in the settlement of any commercial and intellectual property disputes, whether for cases in all commercial courts in Indonesia, domestic & international arbitration institution, or even IP courts around the world. As a testimony to our success, we have successfully represented domestic and international clients in filing or defending lawsuits in Indonesian commercial courts, IP courts in Malaysia, Singapore, South Korea, Australia, and many more.

Although commercial and IP courts have jurisdiction over intellectual property disputes, specifically in passing off or invalidation claims of IP rights, we often found that the commercial nature of the dispute requires a reliable settlement as well. Especially for cross border claims, mediation and arbitration can be regarded as the most effective and reliable dispute resolution mechanism. The founder of Sajogo MarksTM , E.L. Sajogo, is known as a Member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. And thus, we encourage our clients to settle their disputes by mediation or arbitration. We believe in the powers that lawyers have over disputed matters and that client’s business interest should be the priority aim, and thus settlements, should be encouraged by the extension of good faith.
“An ounce of mediation is worth a pound of arbitration and a ton of litigation”  
                                                                                                                  - Joseph Grynbaum