It is not surprising that the brightest silver lining has been the increase of digitilization. It opens up many possibilities from doing fintechs to data centers. The impact is that it requires lawyers to be more sophisticated and to have the ability to synthesize things, to see things as interlinked and in holistic ways.
In conversation with Erwandi Hendarta –One of ALB’s Top 15 M&A Lawyers in Asia [Brought to you by HHP Law Firm]
A stagnant 2014 had threatened to lead into a frustrating 2015 for Indonesia’s economy, but a series of reforms launched by president Joko Widodo has brought some of the smiles back, after FDI showed an increase last year. Ranajit Dam speaks to lawyers about the impact the packages have had on both investor interest as well as the ensuing legal work
By Ranajit Dam
Erwandi Hendarta, the managing partner of Hadiputranto, Hadinoto & Partners, speaks to Ranajit Dam about his strategy for growth, challenges faced by Indonesian law firms, and the development of the local legal market