Top 3 Best Law Firms in Indonesia

Top 3 Best Law Firms in Indonesia
Top 3 Best Law Firms in Indonesia

Indonesia is a country with a large number of law firms spread throughout the region. Its function is to become a place of work for lawyers and advocates to provide consulting services and also assist legal cases for people in need.

There are many types of law firms that have been established

  1. Starting from the office that handles corporate and financial matters
  2. Handle personal cases, both civil and criminal
  3. To cases involving foreign parties, such as multinational companies or investors.

Mochtar Karuwin Komar (MKK)

MKK is one of the best law firms in Indonesia as well as the oldest established in 1971. So most of the clients who seek legal assistance from MKK cover the fields of banking law, mediation, real estate, investment law, corporate, information technology, mining, and shipping.

Assegaf Hamzah & Partners (AHP)

One of the big names who are partners in this Indonesian law firm is Chandra … Read More

5 Internal Factors in International Relations

5 Internal Factors in International Relations
5 Internal Factors in International Relations

International relations are relations between one country and another. The purpose of international relations is to achieve national interests. They usually do this in various fields, such as the economic, security, socio-cultural, and political fields.

Internal factors in international relations

Internal factors, as the name implies, usually come from within a country. The existence of internal factors makes a country decide to establish international relationship. Here are some of them:

There is a concern because the survival of the country is threatened

A country establishes international relations because it is afraid that its country will carry out a coup or get intervention from other countries.

Uneven natural resources (SDA)

In order to fulfill their needs, the state carries out import-export activities.

Not meeting national needs well

Because it has not met national needs adequately, it requires international relationships.

Meet national needs requires international relationships between countries. This is done to … Read More

Learn These 5 Skills to Accelerate Your Career Path!

Learn These 5 Skills to Accelerate Your Career Path!
Learn These 5 Skills to Accelerate Your Career Path!

You can speed up your career path by increasing your skills. You must pay attention to this so that your future career will be more successful. One indicator is that you get a promotion in the office.

Talking about the world of work is not far from skills. Without skill, someone will have difficulty getting a good job. Not a few employees get high positions because of their good skills.

Employees must always update their skills in order to stay afloat. This is because the times are constantly evolving. Therefore, it always requires new innovations so that companies can compete in the market.

Learning new skills is now an obligation for employees to be able to adapt to an industry that continues to change. In addition, to improve self-quality in order to survive in the company.

Mandatory Skill to Accelerate Career Path

You can judge the quality of an employee … Read More

6 Challenges of the Rule of Law in Indonesia

6 Challenges of the Rule of Law in Indonesia

Indonesia is a legal state that applies the principle of the rule of law. The application of this principle in Indonesia has its own history, and there are always challenges to these legal principles.

Unclear legal certainty

The first principle of state law is related to legal certainty, which is currently being heavily promoted. Countries that have not been able to provide legal certainty fairly to all their citizens without exception can only apply the rule of law. This is a condition of a country and calls it an advanced democracy. Strong legal certainty for each individual citizen is one of the characteristics of the rule of law.

Low legal awareness

Another factor that can be one of the problems of the rule of law that can hinder its implementation in a country like Indonesia is the low legal awareness of the community. It will be very difficult … Read More

Cases: 4 Examples of Copyright Infringement

Cases: 4 Examples of Copyright Infringement

Cases- Someone who creates a copyrighted work, then they also have the copyright or commonly known as copyright. Copyright is the exclusive right for the creator or recipient of the right to publish or reproduce his creation or give permission not to reduce the restrictions according to the applicable laws and regulations. Copyright is also part of intellectual property rights.

In addition, Copyright applies to various types of works of art, or copyrighted works or creations, not just music. These creations include poetry, plays, films, choreographic works, musical compositions, sound recordings, paintings, drawings, sculptures, computer software, and industrial designs.

Come back again that the world is not that good. Due to the fact that there are still many cases of copyright infringement that occur. To discuss this, here are 5 examples of the most common Copyright Infringement:

Song Copyright Infringement Case

Copyright infringement is an act that does not have … Read More

Tax Avoidance: 3 Examples of Cases in Indonesia

Tax Avoidance: 3 Examples of Cases in Indonesia

Tax avoidance is an effort to avoid or save taxes that are still within the framework of meeting the provisions of the law.

Tax is a mandatory contribution to the state that is owned by an individual or entity that is coercive in nature based on the law, with no direct compensation. Using it for the purposes of the state for the prosperity of the people is not a transfer of wealth from one person to another.

Paying taxes is mandatory for every citizen. But there are still many who violate it by trying to avoid tax. This is certainly very detrimental to the country. The loss caused by tax evasion is also not a small nominal but almost tens of trillions.

Tax evasion usually has 3 ways, namely refraining, moving location, and juridical tax avoidance.

This article will discuss several cases of tax evasion that occurred in Indonesia. The … Read More

Britney Spears Won’t Be Deposed By Father’s Attorney

LOS ANGELES — A judge ruled on Wednesday that Britney Spears won’t be forced to sit for a deposition by her father’s attorney to provide testimony about the allegations of misconduct she’s lodged against her dad and the rest of her family.

It was a victory for the pop star, whose attorney argued a deposition would only “retraumatize” her, as her legal team investigates allegations that Jamie Spears and his associates mismanaged her affairs. Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Brenda Penny said questioning Britney Spears about the conservatorship under oath would be “unlikely to produce any discoverable information” and would concern issues that Spears likely “lacks first-hand information” about.

“While Mr. Spears has refuted a number of the allegations … conducting a deposition … is irrelevant to and outside the scope of” the pending issues before the court, Penny said.

The ruling came as the court works through several

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Biden Administration May Declare Monkeypox a Public Health Emergency

By By Cara Murez HealthDay Reporter, HealthDay Reporter


TUESDAY, July 26, 2022 (HealthDay News) — As monkeypox continues to spread, with nearly 3,500 cases now reported in the United States, the Biden administration is weighing whether to declare the outbreak a public health emergency.

The administration may also name a White House coordinator to supervise the response, all in an effort to keep the virus from becoming endemic in the United States. On Saturday, the World Health Organization declared monkeypox a global health emergency.

Biden’s decision could come this week, paired with an announcement that about 800,000 additional vaccines will be distributed after a U.S. Food and Drug Administration review, unnamed sources told the Washington Post.

Declaring an emergency could provide government agencies with the resources to collect data and fight the spread of monkeypox. Still, it won’t address vaccine shortages or treatment barriers that have slowed the U.S.

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