Expertise: Contract Law

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

SSEK Contributes Indonesia Chapter to Contract Laws of Asia – Limitations of Liability

SSEK Law Firm partner Fransiscus Rodyanto and associate Fadhira Mediana have contributed the Indonesia chapter to Contract Laws of Asia – Limitations of Liability. Released by the Asian Business Law Institute (ABLI) with support from its parent organization, the Singapore Academy of Law, Contract Laws of Asia – Limitations of Liability is the fourth full-fledged SSEK Contributes Indonesia Chapter to Contract Laws of Asia – Limitations of Liability

Party Identification and Execution of Contracts in Indonesia

As part of the Asian Business Law Institute’s (ABLI) Contracts Project, SSEK Law Firm partner Fransiscus Rodyanto and associate Putri Miqaila Ameena discuss issues concerning the identification of parties under commercial contracts and the execution of such contracts in Indonesia. Do you know that it is not possible to differentiate between a domestic limited liability Party Identification and Execution of Contracts in Indonesia

SSEK Law Firm Contributes to Model Clauses for Contracting in Asia

The Asian Business Law Institute (ABLI) recently released Model Clauses for Contracting in Asia (“Model Clauses”) under its Contract Laws in Asia project. Increasingly, parties to a commercial contract are based in different jurisdictions whose contract law, source of contract law, legal labels, languages, etc. all vary. As a result, the choice of law made SSEK Law Firm Contributes to Model Clauses for Contracting in Asia

SSEK Leads Course on Commercial Contracts

SSEK recently led a multi-day training course on commercial contracts. The course, Commercial Contracts – Back to Basics, was offered in collaboration with ET-Asia. Commercial Contracts – Back to Basics was designed to help participants sharpen their basic knowledge of business contracts. SSEK’s Ira A. Eddymurthy, Rusmaini Lenggogeni, Dewi Savitri Reni, Stephen Igor Warokka, Aldilla SSEK Leads Course on Commercial Contracts

SSEK Leads In-House Training for Indonesia Foreign Affairs Ministry

SSEK partner Stephen Igor Warokka led an in-house training session for the legal and administrative bureau of Indonesia’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The training covered drafting a memorandum of understanding (MoU) and the differences between an MoU and a contract or agreement. Stephen touched on the technical legal points relevant to MoU drafting and presented SSEK Leads In-House Training for Indonesia Foreign Affairs Ministry

SSEK Gives Webinar on Force Majeure and the COVID-19 Outbreak in Indonesia

SSEK recently led a webinar on force majeure and COVID-19 for one of its clients, a leading multinational building supplies company. SSEK’s Ira A. Eddymurthy, Dewi Savitri Reni and Mahareksha Dillon led the webinar, which was attended by more than 40 people. They discussed, among other issues, force majeure clauses in contracts and the key SSEK Gives Webinar on Force Majeure and the COVID-19 Outbreak in Indonesia

COVID-19 and Indonesia: Force Majeure and Other Considerations

The COVID-19 global pandemic has caused significant disruptions to businesses globally. The rapid rate of transmission, the unchecked growth in the number of cases and the lack of a vaccine has forced governments around the world to implement policies that have disrupted business operations globally. In Jakarta, Governor Anies Baswedan declared a two-week state of COVID-19 and Indonesia: Force Majeure and Other Considerations