Indonesian Arbitration Law Firm in Jakarta
Law Firm OverviewBP Lawyers is a business and arbitration law firm located in Jakarta Selatan, Indonesia. Practice areas include corporate and company law, banking and finance, capital investment, industry, intellectual property, labor and industrial relations, food and beverage, energy, telecommunications, entity formation, business operations and transactions, dispute resolution methods, and litigation.
The legal team has experience with various sectors and expertise in each stage of a client’s business life-cycle as well as handling complex matters. Managing Partner Bimo Prasetio has been involved in arbitration forums and many proceedings from the first stage held at District Court, Industrial Court, Administrative Court, Commercial Court, to the appeal stage proceeding held at the High Court and Supreme Court.
With high standards of service and ethics, BP Lawyers assists clients in reaching their main goals by providing strategy advisement and creative support with quick responses.
Areas of Law
Additional Areas of Law: Manpower Law
Mr. Bimo Prasetio
Agency and Distributorship, Agricultural Law, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Appellate Practice, Arbitration
- Indonesian Advocate Association (PERADI))
- Indonesian Moslem Entrepreneur Network (JPMI)
- Indonesian Young Entrepreneur Association (HIPMI)
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Articles Published by BP Lawyers
For a Moslem-majority country like Indonesia, one important thing to consider when buying or consuming daily products is to ensure that the products are halal, or in other words, are allowed to use according to the Islamic laws. For that reason, the Indonesian Government established a new agency to substitute an MUI halal assurance body that brings the advantageous halal certification process.Read Article
The law of copyright and intellectual property rights is established in Indonesia with the aim of protecting any creator’s works in the field of arts, science, and literature.Read Article
The first time you arrive in Indonesia, it is best to find an employer who will sponsor you in getting your IMTA, VITAS, and KITAS, unless you have to take care of everything by yourself.Read Article
When talking about employment termination issues in Indonesia, the matter is never that simple for a private company, let alone foreign company. Most of the times, the idea of terminating contract can be down to two; cutting-back and lack of performance.Read Article
Today, Indonesia sees more and more investments in almost every aspect of the nation’s growth and buildings. Many more foreign investors come from afar to invest in this “promising land.”Read Article
To anyone who works in the industry business, the term Bipartite Dispute Resolution for Labor Disputes in Indonesia may be more familiar to them. It is one of the three general steps taken to resolve any labour disputes in Indonesia.Read Article
Despite the rise of religious conservatism, racial issues, and economic uncertainties, there are still foreign investors wanting to do business in Indonesia. Doing this simply out of faith, wits, and other capabilities like resourcefulness and intelligence are not good enough.Read Article
Foreign investment in Indonesia remains one of the strongest in Asia and Southeast Asia in particular, and the ease of doing business has attracted many investors. The country’s GDP growth during the first quarter of 2017 as well as rebounded government expenditure and emerging export are among important factors to determine FDI ranks.Read Article