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SSEK discusses the repercussions of COVID-19 on contracts in Indonesia, the concept and implementation of force majeure clauses and the ability of defaulting parties to avoid liability.
As part of the national effort to battle the spread of the coronavirus in the country, the Indoensian government has issued a regulation on the limitation of large-scale social interactions.
SSEK's Dewi Savitri Reni and Syarifah Reihana Fakhry have contributed an article on COVID-19 and force majeure to The Jakarta Post.
Join SSEK and the Employment Law Alliance for a free interactive webinar on Tuesday, April 14, on “COVID-19 @ the Workplace - The Asia Experience - Part II.”
SSEK provides an update on the latest regulations on visas and stay permits for foreign nationals during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Indonesian government has issued a regulation that relaxes foreign ownership rules for insurance-related companies in Indonesia.
To generally calm the market from its consistent downward volatility amid the global coronavirus pandemic, the relevant Indonesian government authorities have taken several actions.
In response to COVID-19, Indonesia has enacted regulations to govern the traffic of individuals entering and leaving the country.
As a result of the serious economic disruptions from COVID-19, many employers in Indonesia may be forced to reduce costs for the foreseeable future. What options are available to employers under Indonesian employment law?
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