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From Corporate Legal Job to the Litigation,

Understanding of Law and Culture of Indonesia Society

Indonesian Law Office with Japanese and English Speaking Lawyers

Indonesia is a growing economy with GDP rate of more than 5% per year. It has been shifting smoothly to democratic country after the economic crisis in 1998 and now became one of the important countries in the world due to its proper qualification for Foreign Direct Investment and a member of G20 in the world scene. Farida Law Office, from the experience of 20 years, recommends that a capable and good Law Office is still necessary under the following reasons:
  1. Usage of Indonesian language is obligatory in the field of law such as making contract, Article of Association, and other necessary documents for the Government institutions.
  2. Law and regulation are often amended and the court system does not have Case Law (not a jurisprudence system).
  3. There is big discrepancy between the statute and its implementation.
  4. The value from the religion such as Islam and the Customary Law from the various regions and tribes is still emphasized.
As a good and capable law office, Farida Law Office is always trying our best to support foreign investors in Indonesia in solving any kind of disputes or legal compliances as if home doctor.

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Japan Muslim Association (JMA) Iftar Gathering


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Dr. Ike Farida gave presentation in 5th JILPT Tokyo Comparative Labor Policy Seminar 2022

Dr. Ike Farida, S.H., LL.M. represented Indonesia in an annual international seminar event of the 5th Japan Institue for Labor Policy and Training (JILPT) Tokyo Comparative Labor Policy (09/03). The event was held online, similar to the 4th JILPT back in 2020. This year, JILPT raised the topic of "The Impact of COVID-19 on Labor Market and Policy Responses: Strengthening Social Protection for Vulnerable Workers".

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