Please find the latest global newsletter from the Employment Law Alliance (ELA), which includes an update from SSEK on “A Lesson for Universities in Indonesia on IP and Data Protection.” The ELA client newsletter is a monthly publication by which ELA member firms provide the latest employment law developments to global clients.
The Minister of Finance has issued a regulation that imposes 0% VAT on the export of certain domestically produced services in Indonesia, including legal consultation services. MOF Regulation No. 32/PMK.010/2019 regarding the Limitation of Activities and Types of Taxable Services for Export Subject to Value Added Tax was enacted on March 29, 2019.
SSEK's Denny Rahmansyah and Farah Nabila have contributed the Indonesia chapter to the 2019 Chambers Data Protection & Cybersecurity global guide, which provides expert legal commentary on key issues for businesses, helping companies better manage data protection and cybersecurity issues.
Foreign education institutions that seek to operate in Indonesia must be cognizant of the limits on their activities when interacting with Indonesian public officials. Otherwise, these institutions could face certain repercussions under the Anti-Corruption Law.
Please find the latest global newsletter from the Employment Law Alliance (ELA), which includes Indonesia updates from SSEK on expatriate work permits and immigration matters. The ELA client newsletter is a monthly publication by which ELA member firms provide the latest employment law developments to global clients.
SSEK's Winnie Y. Rolindrawan and Harry Kuswara have written the cover story for the new issue of Strategic Review. The story, “Revving up the e-commerce engine,” looks at possible regulatory changes and improvements to help maximize the role of online commerce in Indonesia’s economic development.
Indonesia’s Manpower Ministry is in the process of drafting a decree on job positions that are open for foreign workers. In its current form, the draft decree would introduce important changes to those positions that are open and those that are closed to foreign workers in Indonesia.
To protect the interests of a university, its employees and students, business players in Indonesia’s education sector must understand the prevailing laws and regulations on IP and data protection. While Indonesia does not have specific laws or regulations on the protection of IP and personal data in the education sector, this article will discuss the general regulatory framework for IP and data protection in Indonesia.
Indonesia’s Minister of Law and Human Rights has issued a regulation that sets technical and administrative procedures for obtaining patent protection in Indonesia and accommodates applications for patent protection under the Patent Cooperation Treaty.