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.
SSEK partner Syahdan Z. Aziz will be a panelist at the 2019 Asia Pacific Employment Law Conference on April 24 in Singapore. The conference promises a comprehensive analysis of termination policies, cross-border employment and workplace harassment issues, with leading labor and employment lawyers from around the Asia Pacific.
SSEK partner Stephen Igor Warokka and associate Angky Banggaditya led a seminar on “Employing Expats in Indonesia: Work Permits and Beyond.” Stephen is a supervising partner in SSEK’s immigration law and work permit practice, and Angky is an associate in the firm’s employment law practice.
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.
SSEK's Dewi Savitri Reni, Fadhillah Rizqy and Greita Anggraeni led a workshop on April 1 on the legal aspects of distribution agreements in Indonesia, including dispute settlement mechanisms. The workshop was designed to give businesses valuable insight into distribution agreements in Indonesia.
SSEK partner Fransiscus Rodyanto will be a featured speaker at the 3rd Mining Legal Conference, being held July 17 in Jakarta. The event will bring together legal practitioners and experts from the mining sector to discuss new regulations in the Indonesian mining sector and their potential impact.
SSEK partners Dewi Savitri Reni and Stephen Igor Warokka were featured speakers at a BPJS Ketenagakerjaan event in Surabaya, East Java. The two provided an introduction to Indonesian law to an audience of around 100 BPJS Ketenagakerjaan employees from across Indonesia.
Fransiscus Rodyanto, a partner at SSEK Indonesian Legal Consultants, is nominated for Young Lawyer of the Year at the Asian Legal Business 2019 Southeast Asia Law Awards. Frans is the only Indonesia-based lawyer among the Young Lawyer of the Year finalists.
SSEK Legal Consultants has been shortlisted for Indonesia Firm of the Year at the Asialaw Regional Awards. SSEK is one of five firms to be shortlisted. The awards recognize law firms across 25 jurisdictions, eight legal expertise categories and seven industry expertise categories.