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The implementation of Indonesian Justice System is based on simple, fast and low-cost justice system principles.[1] This principle, especially the principle of fast justice, is a universal principle adopted by all courts in the world. The universality of this principle can be seen from an adage of justice delayed is justice denied which was born a century before BC and is always referred to by world figures.[2] The adage means that a slow trial process is the same as not giving justice to the parties. It was born inductively from the public expectation of handling cases quickly so that it can immediately gave justice, legal certainty, and expediency.[3]

The judicial power law outlines a provision that the court must help justice seekers and try to overcome all obstacles and problems to achieve a simple, fast and low-cost justice system.[4] These provisions are enforced by implementing an effective and efficient judicial administration system. The Supreme Court’s 2010-2035 Blueprint for Judicial Reform formed the modernization of case management as an agenda of judicial reform to achieve the vision of a great Indonesian judiciary system. Modernization of case management is closely related to information technology reform which is one of the domains of renewing support functions.[5]

Litigation is one of dispute resolution methods which is used to resolve dispute in Indonesia. A civil litigation in Indonesia is heard in the district courts which are within the Indonesian general courts (Peradilan Umum). The general courts also hear criminal litigation proceedings as well as other proceedings in its special chambers, i.e., commercial courts for bankruptcy and intellectual property litigations, and industrial relations courts for industrial relation disputes. In addition to general courts, there are also other courts with their special jurisdictions in Indonesia. They are (i) religious courts, which are special courts for Muslims to resolve family law issues, i.e., marriage and inheritance; (ii) military courts, which have jurisdiction over criminal cases involving members of Indonesian armed forces; (iii) administrative courts, which deal with cases involving matters on states administrative decision; and (iv) tax courts, which have jurisdiction over tax disputes. 

Foreign entity or individual wishing to invest into Indonesia shall have to establish an Indonesian limited liability company (with very few exceptions in, for example, upstream oil and gas industry). A limited liability company (or in Indonesian language as “Perseroan Terbatas” or “PT”) is a legal entity constituting a capital partnership that is divided into shares and is established by at least 2 (two) shareholders which can be individuals, legal entity or a combination of both, based on a “deed of establishment” containing constitutional document called “articles of association”.

The winner of  Indonesian Law Award for category Dispute Resolution Boutique Law Firm 2018 hosted by Asian Legal Business Thomson Reuter at Mandarin Hotel Jakarta on 4th October 2018

Law Firm Award

Obtaining a winning award from an arbitral tribunal is gratifying, but it does not automatically translate into payment of any damages awarded from the losing party. In the absence of voluntary compliance with the award, the winning party will be forced to proceed with the enforcement of the award by using the court of the country where the assets of the losing party are located.

Rencana inisiatif DPR untuk melakukan usulan perubahan Undang-undang Nomor 30 Tahun 2002 tentang Komisi Pemberantasan Korupsi (KPK) menuai berbagai kontroversi. Para pakar menilai, revisi UU KPK sama saja dengan melemahkan peran lembaga negara sebagai pemberantas tindak pidana korupsi tersebut.