SSEK's Dewi Savitri Reni and Tengku Almira Adlinisa led a full-day seminar on joint venture contracts in Indonesia, taking participants through the process of drafting joint venture contracts in Indonesia.
SSEK's Michael S. Carl is speaking at the “Conference on Legal Risks and Countermeasures of International Investment and Trade Program” in Beijing. Michael will discuss Indonesia and issues related to litigation and international arbitration, as part of the session on “Overseas Investment and Trade Disputes Resolution Mechanism.”
An electronic system provider (ESP) in Indonesia must maintain the correctness, validity, confidentiality, accuracy, relevance and compatibility with the purpose of the acquisition, collection, processing, analysis, retention, display, publication, transmission, dissemination and destruction of personal data.
Stephen Igor Warokka, a senior associate at SSEK Indonesian Legal Consultants, was a featured speaker at a recent BPJS Ketenagakerjaan anti-corruption event. The event, on governance risk and compliance control, was held in Yogyakarta on August 14, 2018. More than 100 people attended.
The Indonesian Ministry of Industry plans to issue a new regulation for the calculation of local content for pharmaceutical products. This planned new regulation is a response to Presidential Directive No. 6 of 2016 on the Acceleration of the Development of the Pharmaceutical and Medical Equipment Industry.
SSEK Indonesian Legal Consultants celebrated its 26th anniversary on August 19. SSEK was formed in 1992 and is today one of the largest and most highly regarded corporate law firms in Indonesia. With offices in one of Jakarta’s main business districts, SSEK is a full-service corporate law firm that works with multinationals and domestic firms across all sectors of the Indonesian economy.
Article 27 of the Indonesian Constitution states that all citizens shall have equal status accorded by law and the government, and are obliged to respect the law and government without exception, and each citizen shall be entitled to work and to have a reasonable standard of living.