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Frans Winarta & Partners

KOMPLEKS BUKIT GADING MEDITERANIA (FLORENCIA), BOULEVARD BUKIT GADING RAYA, BLOK A 15-17, KELAPA GADING PERMAI, JAKARTA 14240, INDONESIA
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Work +62 21 453 2143
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www.franswinarta.com
Jakarta, Jakarta

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Indonesia

Dispute resolution
Dispute resolution - ranked: tier 1

Frans Winarta & Partners

Frans Winarta & Partners assists with both civil and criminal litigation, and provides specialist expertise in ADR and IP disputes. Frans Winarta leads the practice and is experienced in civil and criminal litigation and arbitration. The firm recently assisted an outsourcing services provider, a telecoms company and a foreign shipping company on separate tort cases. The firm also acted for a hotel brand in a licence agreement dispute, advised a Singaporean law firm on how to execute an SIAC arbitration award, and defended an Indonesian citizen in a corruption case.

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Intellectual property
Intellectual property - ranked: tier 3

Frans Winarta & Partners

Frans Winarta & Partners’ practice has expertise in trade mark, patent, industrial design, trade secrets and copyright law. The firm recently worked on trade mark registrations for companies in sectors such as pharmaceuticals, real estate, publishing, and food and beverage.

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Indonesia

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Frans Winarta & Partners

  • DISCOVERY OF DOCUMENTARY EVIDENCE IN INTERNATIONAL COMMERCIAL ARBITRATION

    International commercial arbitration has been vastly developed as one of the most efficient and preferable method of commercial dispute resolution internationally and resulting in the involvement of parties from around the globe that come from different legal systems.
    - Frans Winarta & Partners

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  • Public Private Partnerships Under the 2015 Presidential Regulation

    The President’s Office has issued Presidential Regulation No. 38 of 2015 on the Cooperation Between the Government and Business Entities in the Provision of Infrastructure (“PR No. 38/2015”). PR No. 38/2015 replaces the previous Presidential Regulation on the same issue, Presidential Regulation No. 67 of 2005 as last amended by Presidential Regulation No. 66 of 2013.
  • Bank Indonesia's Regulation on the Mandatory Use of Rupiah

    Indonesia’s monetary authority, Bank Indonesia, has issued regulation No. 17/3/PBI/2015 on the Requirement to Use Rupiah Within the Territory of the Republic of Indonesia (the “BI Regulation”). The BI Regulation serves as an implementing regulation to Law No. 7 of 2011 on Currency (the “Currency Law”). Bank Indonesia issued the regulation with a view of easing the pressure on the declining rupiah.
  • Indonesia banking bill: proposed restrictions on foreign investment - July 2014

    Indonesia's House of Representatives is currently considering a new draft banking bill (the Banking Bill ) which, if passed into law in its current form, will:
  • Indonesia's New 2014 Insurance Law

    he House of Representatives ("DPR") recently passed the bill on Insurance. The provisions of the bill will come into force after the president assents to it or at any rate within 30 days of its passage at the DPR. The 2014 Insurance Law will replace Law No. 2 of 1992 on Insurance. Within Indonesia's legislative structure the Insurance Law regulates insurance businesses, core insurance concepts however are largely left to the Civil and Commercial Codes.
  • New Indonesian Copyright Law

    On 16 September 2014 the House of Representative revoked Law No. 19 of 2002 (" Old   Copyright Law ") with the Bill on Copyright, which will become law and receive a number upon the earliest of being signed by the President or 30 days (" New Copyright Law "). The New Copyright Law is an effort from the lawmakers to protect the economic and moral rights of creators and owners as the essential element in the development of national creativity.
  • Indonesia Under Review - July 2014

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  • The 2014 Negative Investment List

    The Government has issued Presidential Regulation No. 39 of 2014 (PR 39/2014), which sets out the new negative investment list containing the business sectors that are closed or are partially open to foreign and domestic investment. The new negative investment list will replace the previous list under PR 36/2010, with a view of integrating Indonesia's economy to ASEAN, as well as accelerating development in the regions.
  • The Indonesian Election Process and Contributions to Political Parties and Campaigns

    Article 35 of Law No. 2 of 2008, as amended by No. 2 of 2011, on Political Parties ("Political Party Law") provides for contributions to political parties, Articles 94 to 96 of Law No. 42 of 2008 on Presidential and Vice Presidential Elections ("Presidential Elections Law") provides for contributions to political campaigns, and Law No. 8 of 2012 on the Election of the House of Representatives, the Regional Representative Council and Regional House of Representatives (the "Legislative Elections Law") provides for contributions to House of Representatives campaigns.
  • Indonesia Stock Exchange Revises Rule I-A on Share Listing Requirements

    PT Bursa Efek Indonesia has issued Decision of the Board of Directors of the Indonesia Stock Exchange No. Kep-00001/BEI/01-2014 on an amendment of Rule I-A (" Rule "), on 20 January 2014, coming into force on 30 January 2014, except as discussed below. The Rule sets out the IPO and subsequent share offerings requirements and procedures and listing fees. Notably the revised Rule sets out a free float policy and limits independent directors and commissioners to 2 successive terms.
  • Indonesia Implements Raw Mineral Export Restriction

    Indonesia's Government Regulation No. 1 of 2014 (" GR 1/2014 ") and Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources Regulation No. 1 of 2014  (" ESDM 1/2014 "), enacted on 11 January 2014, implement the ban on raw mineral exports legislated under Law No. 4 of 2009 on Mineral and Coal Mining (" Mining Law "). The two regulations are currently in force. However, the restriction is not in full effect as ESDM exempts 5 minerals from a higher standard of refinement for a period of three years, on the condition that the exporter owns sufficient reserves for eventual smelting and has a credible plan to construct a smelter or jointly process the ores.