SSEK earned six firm rankings in the 2019 Chambers Asia-Pacific directory of the leading law firms and lawyers in the region, underling its standing as one of the elite corporate law firms in Indonesia. Four SSEK lawyers received individual rankings across four practice areas.
The Indonesian Supreme Court held a plenary meeting from November 1 - 3, 2018. The results of this meeting were rendered into Circular of the Supreme Court No. 3 of 2018, which set new policies for criminal, civil, religious and military legal proceedings to be applied by all courts in Indonesia.
SSEK's Michael S. Carl was a featured speaker at the 2018 International Commercial and Legal Cooperation Forum in China. Michael gave a presentation on “Chinese Trade and Investment Into Indonesia: The Impact of the ASEAN Free Trade Area (AFTA).”
SSEK's Ira A. Eddymurthy was a featured speaker at the recent 6th Annual International Arbitration & Regulatory Summit. Ira gave a presentation on “Doing Business in Indonesia from an Anti-Corruption Point of View.”
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is meant to give EU citizens better protection and control of their personal data. But are non-EU companies, including Indonesian companies, liable under the regulation?
SSEK's Fahrul S. Yusuf and Asri Rahimi have contributed the Indonesia chapter to a new global guide to fintech law. The chapter covers open banking, regulation of data, cryptocurrencies, blockchain, AI, insurtech and more.
With the advent of President Joko Widodo’s policies, the corporate landscape in Indonesia is changing at a far quicker pace than in the last two decades. Following the tax amnesty exercise, the President signed a decree on the beneficial ownership of corporations, a new law which is now in force.