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Please find the SSEK Legal Alert for July 2019. The SSEK Legal Alert is a monthly survey designed to keep you up to date with the latest legal developments in Indonesia.
A group of some 50 students from the University of Indonesia Faculty of Law recently visited SSEK Legal Consultants to learn the legal ins and outs of mergers and acquisitions from leading
By Indrawan Dwi Yuriutomo, Angky Banggaditya
There has been some noise recently about the Indonesian Government's intention to open investment opportunities for foreign universities.
By Julian Martin
In an effort to simplify the bureaucratic process and improve the ease of doing business, the Jakarta provincial government has eliminated the requirement
By Denny Rahmansyah, Saprita Tahir
The Real Estate guide provides expert legal commentary on key issues for businesses involved in the real estate sector.
By Ira Eddymurthy, Revaldi N. Wirabuana
This guide provides an overview of the legal system in Indonesia, foreign investment restrictions, currency regulations and incentives, and business vehicles and their relevant restrictions and liabilities.
By Denny Rahmansyah, Farah Nabila
The fundamental basis for privacy and data protection in Indonesia can be found in Article 28(G) of the 1945 Con­stitution of the Republic of Indonesia ...
By Greita Anggraeni
In February of this year, the Indonesian Financial Services Authority issued an updated checklist for P2P lending platform providers registering with the OJK or applying to the body for a business license or...
By Fahrul S. Yusuf
Please find the latest global newsletter from the Employment Law Alliance (ELA), which includes an update from SSEK on "A Lesson for Universities in Indonesia on IP and Data Protection."
By Ira Eddymurthy, Aninda Nurul Savitri
The Indonesian Minister of Finance ("MOF") has issued a regulation that imposes 0% Value Added Tax ("VAT") on the export of certain domestically produced services in Indonesia, including legal consultation services.
By Nico Mooduto
The laws on corruption do not recognize boundaries.
By Stephen Igor Warokka
Indonesia's Manpower Ministry is in the process of drafting a decree on job positions that are open for foreign workers.
By Saprita Tahir
The need for robust protections for intellectual property ("IP") and confidential data has become only more glaring as we stride fully into the digital era.
By Stephen Igor Warokka
Indonesia's Minister of Law and Human Rights ("MOLHR") issued a regulation at the end of 2018.
By Stephen Igor Warokka, Angky Banggaditya
With the stated aim of supporting the national economy and expanding work opportunities through increased investment, the Indonesian Government issued Presidential Regulation No. 20 of 2018 ("PR 20")
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