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.
Awards & Accolades
Benchmark Litigation Asia-Pacific 2019 Top Tier Firm
Asian Legal Business Employer of Choice 2019
M&A Deal of the Year (Premium)
Grab’s Acquisition of Uber’s SE Asian Business
M&A Deal of the Year: Southeast Asia
Grab’s acquisition of Uber’s Southeast Asia business
- Outstanding: Energy; Infrastructure; Technology and Telecommunications; Construction; Corporate and M&A; Labor and Employment; Restructuring and Insolvency
- Highly Recommended: Aviation and Shipping; Banking and Financial Services; Insurance (highest tier awarded); Real Estate (highest tier awarded); Banking and Finance (practice area); Capital Markets; Competition/Antitrust; Dispute Resolution
- Recommended: Consumer Goods and Services (highest tier awarded); Industrials and Manufacturing (highest tier awarded); Private Equity; Tax (highest tier awarded)
Indonesia Law Blog
SSEK partner Rusmaini Lenggogeni has contributed the Indonesia chapter to the 2019 Chambers Corporate Governance global guide. The Corporate Governance guide provides expert legal commentary on rules, requirements practices adopted by businesses.
SSEK has assisted NTT Communications, a subsidiary of Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation, and PT NTT Indonesia Nexcenter with the acquisition of land in an industrial area outside of Jakarta. The acquired land will be used for a data center facility.
Companies engaging in mining business activities in Indonesia can be established with 100% foreign investment, but they are subject to a divestment requirement, as set out under the Mining Law and Government Regulation No. 23 of 2010 regarding the Implementation of Mineral and Coal Mining Business Activities.
SSEK's Fitriana Mahiddin and Miftahul Khairi have contributed an article on “Recent Developments in Divestment Rules for Mining Companies in Indonesia” to the new issue of Coal & Minerals Asia magazine.
SSEK Legal Consultants will lead a full-day Indonesia HR Employment Law Masterclass in Singapore on Thursday, July 25, 2019. Participants will receive a comprehensive overview of the Indonesian labor law landscape and an update on recent regulatory updates.