We’re excited to share that Anggraeni & Partners has contributed to the renowned International Arbitration Review, with an incisive look at the state of Arbitration in Indonesia.
The piece, authored by Setyawati Fitrianggraeni, Hary Elias, Keshia Bucha, and Sri Purnama, provides a deep dive into the evolution of arbitration in Indonesia. With a particular focus on the unchanged stance of Law No. 30 of 1999 on Arbitration and Alternative Dispute Resolution, it takes a critical look at where we stand today and the road ahead.
The review acknowledges the ratification of the Apostille Convention by Indonesia in 2021, which, whilst not directly influencing arbitration processes, may have an indirect impact by easing the document authentication process, boosting trust in document authenticity, fostering international cooperation, and facilitating cross-border exchange of documents and evidence in international arbitration proceedings.
Being recognized as a frontrunner in international arbitration in Indonesia is an honor. We remain dedicated to delivering top-tier legal services to our clients and aiding them in resolving disputes effectively and fairly.
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