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SSEK's Ira A. Eddymurthy and Syarifah Reinhana Fakhry have written Q&A guides on Shareholder Activism and Shareholders' Rights in Private and Public Companies in Indonesia.
SSEK partner Stephen Igor Warokka and Yan Diaz Maulana Siregar, an associate at the firm, have contributed the Indonesia chapter of The Corporate Immigration Review edition 12.
SSEK's Mahareksha S. Dillon has contributed the Indonesia chapter to Lexology Getting the Deal Through – Dispute Resolution 2022.
Employers in Indonesia are advised to prepare amendments to their company regulation and employment agreements to ensure they conform to the Job Creation Law and its implementing regulations.
The Financial Technology Law Review provides an in-depth global overview of the fast-evolving fintech sector.
Directive aims to encourage registration by making proof of BPJS Healthcare participation a requirement for accessing business licensing and public services.
OJK rule on shares with multiple voting rights may provide a sweetener for tech startups to undertake an initial public offering in Indonesia.
Despite the interest in this new kind of asset, the regulatory regime in Indonesia for NFTs is uncertain, with no specific regulation on the NFT industry and how NFTs should be created, purchased, collected, minted.
New letter from the Directorate General of Industrial Relations and Social Security at the Ministry of Manpower reaffirms the need for standard documents for standard employment termination notice.
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