SSEK partner Fransiscus Rodyanto was a featured speaker at the recent 3rd Mining Legal Conference in Jakarta where he discussed Government Regulation No. 1/2019, which requires proceeds from exports of the country’s natural resources to be parked at home.
SSEK partners Dyah Soewito and Stephen Igor Warokka have contributed the Indonesia chapter to the International Comparative Legal Guide to: Shipping Law 2019. The guide covers common issues in shipping laws and regulations, including marine casualty, cargo claims, passenger claims, arrest and security.
SSEK has assisted WeWork on the opening of its newest location in Jakarta. The new location is in the Noble House building in the Mega Kuningan business district of Jakarta. SSEK worked with WeWork on the deals for its previous spaces in Jakarta, namely the WeWork spaces at Sinarmas MSIG Tower and Revenue Tower.
SSEK partner Dewi Savitri Reni will moderate a panel on M&A transactions in Indonesia during a conference on August 8. The IBA-PERADI Corporate Counsel Conference: Indonesia – a Global and Local Legal Perspective in Investment will be held in Bali.
SSEK provided in-house training on the Indonesia Company Law for state-owned developer PT PP Properti. Partner Dewi Savitri Reni led the training, with associates Samuel Yefta Abednego and Joseph Hendrik.
SSEK's Fitriana Mahiddin and Karisa Utami Pangaribuan have contributed the Indonesia chapter to Lexology Getting the Deal Through – Mining 2019. Fitriana and Karisa provide expert local insight into the regulation of exploration and extraction in Indonesia.
SSEK hosted a working meeting of foreign business chambers in Indonesia at its office in Jakarta. The meeting discussed an Indonesian Minister of Manpower draft decree listing the positions that can be held by expatriate employees in various business sectors in Indonesia.
Fahrul S. Yusuf, the supervising partner of SSEK’s labor and employment practice, has contributed the Indonesia chapter to Lexology Getting the Deal Through – Labour & Employment 2019. Fahrul provides an overview of Indonesian labor law.
SSEK Legal Consultants and First Law International are offering a compliance working session on Thursday, August 1, to help companies refresh their internal familiarity with anti-corruption legislation and develop skills that may be used to spot potential issues. This event is complimentary for SSEK clients (IDR 3 million for non-clients), but space is limited.