Indonesia Upgrades National Single Window in Bid to Simplify Licensing Procedures
Govt. aiming to achieve a fast, transparent, accurate, and simple import and export licensing
Oil and Gas Companies Committed to Avoiding Further Mass Layoffs
Drop in oil and gas prices represents risk to workforce
Indonesian Law Digest
Eyes on the Spies: Private-Investigation Services in Indonesia
Friday, October 02, 2015
This week’s Indonesian Law Digest (ILD) will focus on the current regulatory framework and offer an analysis of the legal issues that underpin private-investigation services in Indonesia. Furthermore, we will also be taking a look at the levels of consumer protection available for users of private investigators.
Leave Rights in Indonesia: Private-Sector and State-Sector Workers
Friday, September 25, 2015
With the ultimate aim in mind of offering some insight into holidays and leave rights as they pertain to both the private and public sectors, this week’s Indonesian Law Digest (ILD) will focus on statutory leave and the holidays to which employees are entitled to.
Special Economic Zones and Other Economic Zones
Friday, September 18, 2015
In order to reflect the importance of SEZs, as well as to acknowledge government plans to set up more SEZs across Indonesia, this week’s Indonesian Law Digest (ILD) will focus on this pertinent topic through analyses of two main areas: General description of SEZs; and The difference between SEZs and other types of economic zone (as mentioned above).
Indonesian Legal Brief
New Provisions on Museums
Monday, October 05, 2015
The Regulation sets out guidelines for the setting up and organization of museums in Indonesia. Previously, these matters were covered under Government Regulation No. 19 of 1995 on the Maintenance and Utilization of Cultural-Heritage Collections at Museums (“1995 Regulation”).
Constitutional Court Affirms Peradi and KAI’s Right to Request Advocate Oath Ceremonies
Friday, October 02, 2015
Just days after the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court issued Letter No. 73/KMA/HK.01/IX/2015 on Advocate Oaths (“2015 Letter”) in a bid to resolve the uncertainty currently engulfing the bar association, the Constitutional Court has also rendered Decisions No. 112/PUU-XII/2014 and 36/PUU-XIII/2015 (“Decision”), which have the same objective in mind.
Govt Optimizes the Mandatory Use of Letters of Credit for the Export of Minerals and Energy Products
Thursday, October 01, 2015
The Amendment aims to improve effectiveness as regards the implementation of the Regulation, which basically mandates the use of letters of credit (“L/C”) as payment instruments as they relate to the export of certain minerals and energy products. With this end in mind, the Amendment updates the types of products that are subject to the mandatory use of L/C.
Monthly Law Review
Monthly Law Review August 2015
Monday, August 31, 2015
Until now then, no significant or even urgent measures have been taken by the government in the face of the economic turmoil. This is evident from the laws and regulations reviewed by us in this August edition of our Monthly Law Review, most of which deal with administrative problems.
Monthly Law Review July 2015
Friday, July 31, 2015
In this edition of the Monthly Law Review, we cover 40 regulations that we have classified into the areas of consumer protection and retail, general corporate, energy and natural resources, trade, taxation, and financial services, as well as a section for regulations that we could not easily categorize and which we have therefore titled “Miscellaneous”.
Monthly Law Review June 2015
Tuesday, June 30, 2015
In this edition of Monthly Law Review, we cover 48 regulations and a constitutional court decision that are classified into the consumer protection and retail, general corporate, energy and natural resources, trade, taxation, financial services, and a sector for regulations that we could not easily classify we call miscellaneous.