Search results

Narrow your search

Result types

Showing 211 - 220 of 374 for "Indonesia" with applied filters

Firm

Wong & Partners - Malaysia

Practice areas

Banking and finance, Capital markets, Construction, Corporate and M&A, Dispute resolution, Intellectual property, Labour and employment, Tax

Industry sectors

Real estate, Technology and telecommunications

Firm

WongPartnership (Singapore) - Singapore

Practice areas

Capital markets, Competition/antitrust, Construction, Corporate and M&A, Dispute resolution, Intellectual property, Labour and employment, Private equity, Regulatory, Restructuring and insolvency

Firm

Yulchon - South Korea

Practice areas

Aviation and shipping, Banking and finance, Capital markets, Competition/antitrust, Construction, Corporate and M&A, Dispute resolution, Energy, Insurance, Intellectual property, Investment funds, Labour and employment, Private equity, Regulatory, Restructuring and insolvency, Tax, Technology and telecommunications

Industry sectors

Aviation and shipping, Banking and financial services, Consumer goods and services, Energy, Industrials and manufacturing, Infrastructure, Insurance, Media and entertainment, Pharmaceuticals and life sciences, Real estate, Technology and telecommunications

News & Analysis

Untangling Ownership: Commissioned Works and Collaboration in Indonesian Copyright Law

28 June 2024 by Am Badar & Am Badar

Untangling Ownership: Commissioned Works and Collaboration in Indonesian Copyright Law

News & Analysis

PDP Law Implementing Regulation Forthcoming, But Data Breach Fines Still Unclear

01 April 2024 by Makarim & Taira S

After multiple data breaches plagued Indonesia in 2023 and more than a year having elapsed since the enactment of Law No. 27 of 2022 on Personal Data Protection Law (“PDP Law”), the government is now preparing to release the law’s first implementing regulation, which will elaborate on fines for data leaks, but the specifics still remain uncertain.

News & Analysis

New Guidance for Initial Evidence Examination for Taxation Crime

27 March 2024 by ABNR - Indonesia

On 19 January 2024, the Indonesian Directorate General of Taxes (“DGT”) issued a Circular Letter of the Directorate General of Taxes No. SE-1/PJ/2024 (“SE No. 1/2024”) as an implementation to the enactment of Minister of Finance of the Republic of Indonesia Regulation No. 177/PMK.03/2022 concerning Procedures for Examining Initial Evidence of Criminal Acts in the Tax Sector which has been effective starting from 3 February 2023 (“PMK No. 177/2022”). PMK No. 177/2022 stipulates several updates which are reflected in SE No. 1/2024 including among other provisions related to (a) the time limit for submitting the initial evidence examination report which must be submitted no later than 1 (one) month before the examination period ends and (b) limitation on the extension period for the initial evidence examination into 12 (twelve) months. In general, SE No. 1/2024 establishes internal technical guidelines for DGT in conducting examinations of evidence of the initiation of tax crimes. This publication aims to provide a preliminary overview concerning the initial evidence examination for taxation crime under SE No. 1/2024.

News & Analysis

SSEK Acts for Tokushukai Medical Corporation Group in Major Cooperation Project in Indonesian Health Sector

20 March 2024 by SSEK Law Firm

SSEK Acts for Tokushukai Medical Corporation Group in Major Cooperation Project in Indonesian Health Sector

News & Analysis

Makarim & Taira S. Appoints Reagan Roy as Newest Partner

15 March 2024 by Makarim & Taira S

Makarim & Taira S., a leading law firm known for its commitment to nurturing top legal talent, proudly announces the appointment of Reagan Roy as its newest Partner.

News & Analysis

Legal Alert: Indonesia – New Merger Filing Regulation

13 April 2023 by SSEK Law Firm

Indonesia’s competition authority, the KPPU (Komisi Pengawas Persaingan Usaha), has issued a new merger filing regulation, KPPU Regulation No. 3 of 2023 regarding Evaluation of Merger, Consolidation, or Acquisition of Shares and/or Assets which May Result in Monopolistic Practices and/or Unfair Competition (“KPPU Reg 3/2023”). Because this regulation is so new, certain provisions may require further clarification. Nonetheless, based on the text of the regulation, the following appear to be the biggest changes under KPPU Reg 3/2023

News & Analysis

Overview of Private Investment to Indonesia’s New Capital City: Ibu Kota Nusantara (IKN)

27 March 2023 by Makarim & Taira S - Indonesia

The Government of Indonesia moves forward the development of Indonesia’s new capital city, namely Ibu Kota Nusantara (“IKN”) by issuing several underlying regulations to date in effort to encourage the participation of private sector in accelerating the infrastructure development of the IKN. One of them being the groundworks to implement the public-private partnerships in such development. With a total cost estimate of more than IDR460 trillion (or approximately USD30 billion), the five-stages development of IKN is targeted to be 80% funded from non-State Budget and therefore can be expected to attract private investors participation in it. This advisory provides an overview of the funding schemes and private sector participation in the development of IKN.