Wincen Santoso is a New York and Indonesia qualified senior litigation associate and a fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators whose practice focuses on antitrust, white collar, appellate litigation, bankruptcy and restructuring and arbitration matters, with a particular focus on Indonesia. He also has experience with general corporate, merger and acquisition and capital market matters.

Wincen was previously seconded to Pfizer Indonesia where he handled all of the legal works of Pfizer in Indonesia. He was also involved in various mergers and acquisitions deals including being the lead associate in handling an acquisition of a multi-finance company in Indonesia by one of the world's largest insurance companies. He is also the lead associate in various General Electric's internal restructuring and acquisitions in Indonesia, among others, the General Electric's deal with Wabtec.

Wincen represents companies and individuals in a wide array of international investigations and enforcement actions involving antitrust, anti-bribery and anticorruption laws across multiple jurisdictions in Asia and the Middle East. He has represented clients before various law enforcements in Asia, notably the Indonesian Business Competition Supervisory Commission (KPPU) and the Attorney General Office.

Wincen is well-versed in handling a range of complex commercial disputes and bankruptcy matters. He has represented major multinational corporations and individuals before trial and appellate courts in Indonesia, including cassation and civil review proceedings before the Supreme Court of Indonesia. He has handled more than 20 complex Indonesian Supreme Court cases and more than 20 bankruptcy cases and its related matters.

Wincen also has substantial international commercial arbitration experience. He has represented clients in arbitration proceedings conducted under the auspices of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), the Singapore International Arbitration Centre (SIAC) and the Indonesian Domestic Arbitration Centre (BANI).

While at UI law school, Wincen was President of the International Law Moot Court Society, and participated in the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competitions. In 2010, Wincen was awarded at the Jessup's award reception for scoring 99% score in an oral round in Washington, DC. In 2009, Wincen was awarded the First Best Oralist at the Jessup's National Rounds in Jakarta and listed in the top 100 world's best oralist in Washington, DC. In 2008, Wincen’s team was a semi-finalist in the Asia Pacific Round of the International Humanitarian Law (ICRC) Moot Court Competition after winning the national round and awarded the first best oralist and first best memorial in Jakarta. In 2007, Wincen’s team was in the top five teams of the Asia Cup International Law Moot Court Competition in Tokyo.