Welcome to the second edition of our essential guide to "Dispute Resolution and Governing Law Clauses in Indonesia-Related Contracts." This edition has been updated to reflect developments in Indonesia.
Known as the 'Keris book,' this guide is aimed primarily at multinational companies who handle contracts with a nexus to Indonesia (e.g. where one of the contracting parties is Indonesian, where the subject matter or performance under the contract is in Indonesia, or where Indonesian law is the governing law). It is intended to help readers understand:
- whether there are applicable legal or other restrictions on a party’s ability to select a governing law and/or dispute resolution clause and when these restrictions apply
- what issues should be considered when selecting a governing law and dispute resolution mechanism for your Indonesia-related contracts
- drafting tips.
To request a copy of the guide, please contact SEAPublications@hsf.com
The contents of this publication are for reference purposes only and may not be current as at the date of accessing this publication. They do not constitute legal advice and should not be relied upon as such. Specific legal advice about your specific circumstances should always be sought separately before taking any action based on this publication.
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