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Game on - Indonesia sets out ambitious development plans for the gaming industry

The Indonesian government has set out its plans for developing its still immature gaming industry, by enacting the Presidential Regulation No. 19 of 2024 on the Acceleration of National...


Laid off but paid out? Indonesia’s Supreme Court clarifies compensation payment obligation for early termination

The Indonesian Supreme Court has issued new guidance on the issue of compensation pay and balance-of-contract pay for fixed term employees.


Language barrier: Supreme Court clarifies language requirement in contracts in Indonesia

The Indonesia Supreme Court has stated that the absence of a Bahasa Indonesia language version of a contract should not of itself mean that the contract should be voided, except where it...


Highlight: Amendment of Indonesia’s Electronic Information and Transactions Law

On 2 January 2024, the Indonesian Government officially enacted the Law No. 1 of 2024 on the Second Amendment to Law No. 11 of 2008 on Electronic Information and Transactions (EIT law).

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Indonesia: Public release of the draft of Government Regulation implementing the PDP Law OneTrust DataGuidance

Jakarta Office Managing Partner Chalid Heyder, Counsel Teguh Darmawan and Associate Andera Rabbani share their insights in an article on OneTrust DataGuidance, on the Ministry of...

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In the crosshairs or at a crossroads? Indonesia’s anti-corruption inflection point Anti-Corruption Report

The anti-corruption enforcement landscape in Indonesia has changed significantly in recent years. With the application of a new criminal code and restrictions on the authority of the...


Update on Indonesia’s Merger Filing Procedures

On 30 March 2023, the Indonesia Competition Commission (“KPPU”) issued the KPPU Regulation No. 3 of 2023 on the Assessment of Merger, Consolidation, or Acquisition of Shares...


Corporate criminal liability in Indonesia under the New Criminal Code – is there any difference?

Corporate criminal liability is not a new concept in Indonesia. However, it is rarely applied given unclear implementing regulation. The New Criminal Code introduces provisions about...


Compliance with the Personal Data Protection Law: How will it affect Indonesian and offshore businesses?

Noting the extraterritorial approach adopted by the Law No. 27 of 2022 on Personal Data Protection (“PDP Law”), the enactment of the PDP Law will not only affect the way...

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