SSEK's Fitriana Mahiddin and Karisa Pangaribuan have contributed the Indonesia chapter to Lexology Getting the Deal Through – Mining 2019, where they provide expert local insight into the regulation of exploration and extraction in Indonesia.
SSEK partner Stephen Igor Warokka was a featured speaker at a recent BPJS Ketenagakerjaan event in Yogyakarta. Stephen delivered a presentation on Indonesian contract law to BPJS Ketenagakerjaan employees.
SSEK Indonesian Legal Consultants has been recognized as one of the world’s top cross-border restructuring and insolvency practices by Global Restructuring Review (GRR) in its 2019 GRR 100 rankings. SSEK was one of only two Indonesian law firms to receive this recognition.
SSEK's Denny Rahmansyah and Farah Nabila have contributed the Indonesia chapter of the Data Protection & Cybersecurity 2019 guide published by Chambers & Partners, where they look at a number of issues including the rights of data subjects and required internal policies for ESPs.
SSEK partner Rusmaini Lenggogeni will be a featured speaker for a session on the Belt and Road Initiative at the International Bar Association conference in Seoul, South Korea. The session will look at China’s One Belt, One Road program and its potential significance for countries in Asia, Europe and elsewhere.
Angky Banggaditya, an associate at SSEK, recently spoke at the Jessup 101 workshop for law students at Diponegoro University. Angky discussed his participation in the 2017 Jessup Moot and how that helped him make a successful transition from law student to corporate lawyer.
SSEK has contributed the Indonesia chapter to the 2019 Chambers Real Estate global guide. The guide provides expert legal commentary on key issues for businesses involved in the real estate sector, including real estate due diligence.
The “Foreign Direct Investment in Asia" seminar being held Friday, September 6, in Frankfurt, Germany, will feature lawyers, including SSEK's Michael Carl, from key Asian jurisdictions discussing the business and foreign investment environment in their respective jurisdictions.
Indonesia’s Ministry of Manpower has issued an eagerly awaited decree on those positions that can be held by expatriate employees in various business sectors. SSEK, led by Stephen Igor Warokka and Angky Banggaditya, was heavily involved in the process of helping to shape the contents of the decree.