Blog Category: Publication

Cryptoassets and Blockchain – Indonesia

SSEK Law Firm partners Syahdan Z. Aziz and Winnie Yamashita Rolindrawan and associate Farrah Azizah Habibie have contributed the Indonesia chapter to Lexology Getting the Deal Through Cryptoassets & Blockchain 2024. Cryptoassets & Blockchain 2024 provides local insights into the legal and regulatory framework; the use of cryptoassets for investment, financing, trading and payments; cryptocurrency Cryptoassets and Blockchain – Indonesia

SSEK Contributes to Publication on Navigating the Net Zero Transition

SSEK Law Firm senior partner Ira A. Eddymurthy, senior associate Aldilla S. Suwana and associate Raisya Majory contributed the Indonesia chapter to a new publication, “Navigating the Net Zero Transition: Spotlight on Southeast Asia, Japan & the Republic of Korea.” The publication was the initiative of international law firm King & Wood Mallesons. “Navigating the SSEK Contributes to Publication on Navigating the Net Zero Transition

Intellectual Property & Antitrust – Indonesia

SSEK Law Firm partner Rusmaini Lenggogeni and associate Dian Kirana have contributed the Indonesia chapter to Lexology Getting the Deal Through Intellectual Property & Antitrust 2024. Intellectual Property & Antitrust 2024 provides local insights into intellectual property law, the nexus between competition and IP rights, and consideration of industry standards; competition law, including such issues Intellectual Property & Antitrust – Indonesia

Indonesia Employment Law Fact Sheet

SSEK Law Firm partner Syahdan Z. Aziz has contributed the Indonesia chapter to a new Global Employment Law Fact Sheet, published by The Law Firm Network. The Employment Law Fact Sheet covers 20 countries across the globe and allows users to quickly gain a basic understanding of how the employment system works in each country. Indonesia Employment Law Fact Sheet

Renewable Energy Consumption, Policy and General Regulation – Indonesia

Until mid-2020, the share of renewable energy in Indonesia’s total primary energy supply had only reached 10.9 percent. Coal-fired power plants still dominate the supply of electrical energy in Indonesia, while renewable energy power plants account for 14.69 percent of the total national installed power generation capacity. Hydropower and geothermal power account for a majority Renewable Energy Consumption, Policy and General Regulation – Indonesia

Guide to Indonesia Employment Law

SSEK Law Firm partner Syahdan Z. Aziz has contributed an updated guide to Indonesia employment law as part of the Employment Law Alliance Global Employer Handbook. The Global Employer Handbook is a comprehensive resource for labor and employment law in more than 100 countries around the globe. Find the Indonesia employment law guide here. About Guide to Indonesia Employment Law

Insurance & Reinsurance – Indonesia

SSEK Law Firm partner Fitriana Mahiddin has contributed the Indonesia chapter to The Legal 500 Insurance & Reinsurance 2023 comparative guide. Insurance & Reinsurance 2023 provides a pragmatic overview of the law and practice of insurance and reinsurance law. It addresses topics such as contract regulation, licensing, penalties, policyholder protection, and alternative dispute resolution. Find Insurance & Reinsurance – Indonesia

Upscaling Carbon Markets Across APAC – SSEK Contributes Indonesia Overview to New Report

Asia Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association (ASIFMA) has released a white paper on “Upscaling Carbon Markets Across APAC,” the first report of its kind focused on the Asia-Pacific region. SSEK foreign legal advisor Michael S. Carl and senior associate Aldilla Stephanie Suwana contributed an overview of Indonesia to the report. “Upscaling Carbon Markets Across Upscaling Carbon Markets Across APAC – SSEK Contributes Indonesia Overview to New Report

Complex Commercial Litigation – Indonesia

Lexology Getting the Deal Through – Complex Commercial Litigation: Indonesia provides local insight into the litigation market and legal framework; pre-action considerations (including alternative dispute resolution); bringing and defending a claim; procedural steps; funding; costs; appeals; cross-border enforcement; the advantages and disadvantages of litigating in this jurisdiction; and recent trends. Legal Framework Governing Commercial Litigation Complex Commercial Litigation – Indonesia