Blog Category: Publication

Corporate M&A 2024 – Indonesia

SSEK Law Firm founding partner Ira A. Eddymurthy, senior associate Bima Danubrata Adhijoso and associate Agung Kurniawan Sihombing have contributed the Indonesia chapter to the Corporate M&A 2024 practice guide published by Chambers and Partners. The Corporate M&A 2024 guide provides the latest legal information on acquiring a company, antitrust regulations, restrictions on foreign investments, Corporate M&A 2024 – Indonesia

Corporate Immigration – Indonesia

SSEK Law Firm partner Stephen Igor Warokka and Yan Diaz M. Siregar, an associate at the firm, have contributed the Indonesia chapter to In-Depth: Corporate Immigration. This corporate immigration guide surveys and analyses the most noteworthy aspects of business immigration law and practice worldwide, with a focus on the most consequential recent developments. In the Corporate Immigration – Indonesia

SSEK Partner Quoted in Article on Crypto Assets in Indonesia

SSEK Law Firm partner Winnie Yamashita Rolindrawan is quoted in a DealStreetAsia article on crypto assets in Indonesia. In the article, “As new regulations take shape, will Indonesian investors’ interest in crypto hold?,” Winnie talks about the regulation of crypto assets, including the regulatory sandbox, and the challenges and opportunities for crypto players. Winnie’s practice focuses SSEK Partner Quoted in Article on Crypto Assets in Indonesia

Arbitration – Indonesia

SSEK Law Firm has contributed the Indonesia chapter to Global Legal Insights – International Arbitration 2024. The Indonesia arbitration chapter was written by SSEK partners Nico A.P. Mooduto and Mahareksha S. Dillon, with Vinka Damiandra A. Larasati and Talitha Amanda Ekadhani, associates at the firm. The arbitration guide provides in-depth analysis of and insight into Arbitration – Indonesia

Labor & Employment – Indonesia

SSEK Law Firm partner Syahdan Z. Aziz has contributed the Indonesia chapter to Lexology Panoramic: Labor & Employment 2024. This quick reference guide provides local insight into protected employee categories and enforcement agencies; worker representation; checks on applicants; terms of employment; rules on foreign workers; post-employment restrictive covenants; liability for acts of employees; taxation of Labor & Employment – Indonesia

Exclusive Jurisdiction and CISG for Contracts under Indonesian Law

What are some types of disputes that must be resolved before Indonesian courts? What are some disputes that, although not mandated by law, should ideally be resolved in Indonesia? Indonesia not being a signatory to the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (CISG), how is its contract law different from Exclusive Jurisdiction and CISG for Contracts under Indonesian Law

Investment in Indonesia: Unlocking Opportunities

Japan and Indonesia have a longstanding economic relationship. In 2023, Japanese investment in Indonesia totaled USD4.63 billion, making Japan the fourth-largest foreign investor in the country. SSEK Law Firm partner Denny Rahmansyah and associate Velicia Khoswan outline Japan and Indonesia’s economic ties, focusing on investment opportunities, policy reforms, and risks for Japanese investors entering Indonesia. Investment in Indonesia: Unlocking Opportunities

Shipping Law – Indonesia

SSEK Law Firm partner Stephen I. Warokka and Mutiara K. Ramadhani, an associate at the firm, have contributed the Indonesia chapter to the Chambers Shipping 2024 global guide. The guide provides the latest information on port state control, marine casualties and owners’ liability, cargo claims, maritime liens and ship arrests, passenger claims, ship-owners’ income tax Shipping Law – Indonesia