SSEK is one of the largest independent law firms in Indonesia and one of the most highly regarded law firms in the country.
In terms of quality, we only know one way to do our job - correctly, professionally and to international standards. We concentrate on being thorough, applying the highest standards of integrity, never taking shortcuts or taking chances on the unknown.
The amalgamation of skills and holistic focus means that many clients consider SSEK's role to be not just that of a legal representative, but also that of a trusted partner - the first point of reference and a reliable source of guidance.
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SSEK's Rusmaini Lenggogeni has contributed the Indonesia chapter to the Chambers Corporate Governance global guide. The guide provides expert legal commentary on rules, requirements and practices adopted by businesses, covering the most important developments for businesses.
Six SSEK lawyers have been recognized as Leading Lawyers across seven practice areas in The Legal 500 Asia Pacific 2020 guide to outstanding lawyers and law firms in the region.
SSEK is ranked as a Tier 1 firm across five practice areas in the newly released 2020 Legal 500 Asia Pacific directory of the leading law firms and lawyers in the region, underlining SSEK’s position as one of the elite corporate law firms in Indonesia.
The Indonesian Constitutional Court has issued a decision on the Fiduciary Security Law that has implications for the authority of a creditor to execute a fiduciary security without a court ruling.
The Employment Law Alliance is offering a free 90-minute webinar on Wednesday, January 29, on “Employment Law in Middle East and Africa: A Year in Review.” Experts from across the Middle East and Africa will discuss key employment law developments in 2019 and what to expect in 2020.