Blog Category: Pembaruan Hukum

Remedies for IP Infringement in Indonesia

SSEK Law Firm partner Rusmaini Lenggogeni and associate Dian Kirana provide the latest information for Indonesia on intellectual property law, the nexus between competition and IP rights, and consideration of industry standards; competition law, including such issues as interactions with copyright exhaustion or first sale doctrines; merger review; specific examples of competition law violations; remedies; Remedies for IP Infringement in Indonesia

Indonesia Shipping Law: Requirements for Ownership of Vessels

SSEK Law Firm partner Stephen Igor Warokka and associate Mutiara Kasih Ramadhani provide the latest information for Indonesia on port state control, marine casualties and owners’ liability, cargo claims, maritime liens and ship arrests, passenger claims, ship-owners’ income tax relief, and the implications of environmental regulations, trade sanctions and international conflict, in the Chambers and Indonesia Shipping Law: Requirements for Ownership of Vessels

Digital Health – Indonesia

SSEK Law Firm has contributed the Indonesia chapter to Lexology Panoramic: Digital Health 2024. We look at the digital health legal and regulatory framework in Indonesia; data protection and management; intellectual property rights, licensing and enforcement; advertising, marketing and e-commerce; payment and reimbursement; and recent trends. Click here for Digital Health – Indonesia  

New OJK Regulation on Technological Innovation in Indonesia’s Financial Sector

To help regulate Technological Innovations in the Financial Sector (Inovasi Teknologi Sektor Keuangan or “ITSK”), Indonesia’s Financial Services Authority (Otoritas Jasa Keuangan or “OJK”) recently issued OJK Regulation No. 3 of 2024 dated February 16, 2024, regarding the Implementation of ITSK (“OJK Reg. 3/2024”). This is an implementing regulation for Law No. 4 of 2023 New OJK Regulation on Technological Innovation in Indonesia’s Financial Sector

Indonesia Employment Law Update: Constitutional Court Affirms Statute of Limitation for Filing Employment Termination Lawsuits

On 29 February 2024, through its Decision No. 94/PUU-XXI/2023, Indonesia’s Constitutional Court affirmed that an employment termination lawsuit can only be filed within one year of the date of notification of employment termination. In the decision, the Constitutional Court said Article 82 of Law No. 2 of 2004 concerning Industrial Dispute Settlement (“Law No. 2 Indonesia Employment Law Update: Constitutional Court Affirms Statute of Limitation for Filing Employment Termination Lawsuits

Regulation of Artificial Intelligence in Indonesia

The introduction and rise of artificial intelligence (“AI”) in different industries and sectors, including the financial services sector and the telecommunications industry, is affecting almost every aspect of how those industries and sectors operate. Despite the many advantages of AI, the transition to its increased carries potential risks if not accompanied by appropriate laws and Regulation of Artificial Intelligence in Indonesia

Indonesia Looks to Attract Investment, Skilled Workers with Changes to Immigration Provisions

Indonesia’s Minister of Law and Human Rights has introduced changes to the regulatory framework for visas and stay permits with the goal of attracting greater flows of investment and creating an investment climate that attracts highly skilled talents. This article focuses on changes to provisions on visas and stay permits under MOLHR Regulation No. 22 Indonesia Looks to Attract Investment, Skilled Workers with Changes to Immigration Provisions

New Indonesia Trade Regulation on Import Policies and Arrangements: A Simplification or Mere Clarification?

On December 11, 2023, the Indonesian Minister of Trade (“MoT”) issued a new regulation that introduces substantial changes to import policies and arrangements, with the stated aim of clarifying and improving import procedures in Indonesia. The new regulation, MoT Regulation No. 36 of 2023 on Import Policies and Arrangements (“Regulation 36/2023”), is effective as of New Indonesia Trade Regulation on Import Policies and Arrangements: A Simplification or Mere Clarification?

Indonesia Legal Update: Incentives for Four-Wheeled Battery Electric Vehicles

The Indonesian Government has issued a regulation that provides guidance on the granting of incentives for Battery Electric Vehicles (“BEVs”) previously introduced in Presidential Regulation No. 55 of 2019 regarding the Acceleration of the Battery Electric Vehicles for Road Transportation Program, as amended by Presidential Regulation No. 79 of 2023 (“PR 55/2019 as amended”). Minister Indonesia Legal Update: Incentives for Four-Wheeled Battery Electric Vehicles

Legal Update: Indonesia Takes Big Step Forward with New Revision of Electronic Information and Transactions Law

On January 2, 2024, Indonesian President Joko Widodo signed the second revision of Law No. 11 of 2008 regarding Electronic Information and Transactions (“EIT Law”). This new revision modifies existing clauses, introduces additional articles, and makes subtle changes to phrasing. These amendments generally broaden the scope of government oversight of Electronic System Providers (“ESPs”), facilitate Legal Update: Indonesia Takes Big Step Forward with New Revision of Electronic Information and Transactions Law