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Mining 2016: Roundtable

Who’s Who Legal brings together Carlos Vilhena of Pinheiro Neto, Luis Carlos Rodrigo Prado of Prado Rodrigo, Elías & Medrano, Darrell Podowski of Cassels Brock & Blackwell and Peter Leon of Webber Wentzel, to discuss several key issues facing mining lawyers and their clients today.

Dealing with Challenges and Opportunities Arising from Next Generation Trade and Investment Agreements

Appleton Luff – International Lawyers "Economic regulation is entering a new stage of development, one where the traditional role of national governments and multilateral agreements is being supplemented, and in many instances supplanted, by trade agreements."

Trade & Customs 2015: Roundtable

Who’s Who Legal brings together Richard Luff of Van Bael & Bellis, David Christy of Perkins Coie, Daniel Crosby of King & Spalding and Warren Maruyama of Hogan Lovells to discuss the key issues facing trade and customs lawyers and their clients in the industry today.

Private Funds 2016: Discussion


Who’s Who Legal has brought together Stephanie Breslow of Schulte Roth & Zabel, New York, and Andrew Ostrognai of Debevoise & Plimpton, Hong Kong, to discuss issues facing private funds lawyers today.

Indonesia: Market Overview

Despite being the world’s largest archipelagic state and fourth most populous country – it is estimated to be home to over 255 million people – Indonesia is not yet a major player on the world stage. Indonesia presents huge opportunities and challenges to businesses, international investors and its government alike and the country has seen a considerable shake-up in the past 12 months with President Joko Widodo enacting substantial changes since entering office in October 2014. Earlier in 2015 Who’s Who Legal travelled to Jakarta to meet some of the country’s leading lawyers and to find out more about this future superpower.

Indonesian Acquisition Overview


Mark Innis, Baker & McKenzie The following sets out an overview of the acquisition processes in Indonesia. Careful consideration of the issues that arise in acquisitions is required upfront as there are certain unique features to Indonesian law.

Indonesia: Legal Marketplace Analysis

From this emerging market we highlight 17 of the leading firms, recognising both independent local practices and those affiliated to foreign entities. Leading the way we have Hadiputranto Hadinoto & Partners and SSEK, an affiliated firm and independent firm, respectively. These firms prove that regardless of international connections and affiliations, it is the ability to offer market leading legal advice and local market insight that is still paramount to clients.

Consistent in Being Inconsistent: Indonesian Court’s Approach to Reporting Requirements and Enforceability of Offshore Commercial Loans


Karen Mills, Iswahjudi A Karim and Ilman Rakhmat, KarimSyah Law Firm, Jakarta KarimSyah gives an overview of the reporting requirements and enforceability of offshore commercial loans in Indonesia, and the issues facing those involved in the field.

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