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Call for Papers: AsianSIL Regional Conference (Beijing)

REGIONAL CONFERENCE ON INTERNATIONAL LAW IN ASIA: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES OCTOBER 13 & 14, RENMIN UNIVERSITY OF CHINA   Call for Papers This Regional Conference of the Asian Society will focus on legal issues relating to challenges and opportunities facing international law in Asia. Participants are invited to submit abstracts on international law topics such…

Call for Papers: Joint North American Conference on International Economic Law

CALL FOR PAPERS: JOINT NORTH AMERICAN CONFERENCE ON INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC LAW MONTREAL, CANADA, SEP 21-22, 2018   The ASIL International Economic Law Interest Group, the Canadian Council on International Law, and The Centre for International Governance Innovation, together with McGill University Faculty Of Law are organizing a Joint North American Conference on International Economic Law…

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The Bubble Tea Battle between Chatime and Tealive (Part I) : “Franchise Dispute in the Kuala Lumpur High Court, Malaysia”

Written by Ni Made Anggre Astari, S.H. Member of Asian Society of International Law Associate Lawyer at Law Office Ramly and Associates Bali, Indonesia.   On June 27, 2018 The Kuala Lumpur High Court Malaysia has granted an interim injunction against Tealive from continuing its business operations after rival Chatime filed an appeal saying that…

The new Presidential Regulation No. 20/2018: “What does it rule? Does it simplify the licensing procedure of expatriates’ employment?”

By Ni Made Anggre Astari, SH. Indonesian Member of ASIAN Society of International Law; & Associate at Ramly & Associates Law Office ©May 2018  ———————————————————  The Indonesian Government just issued a new Presidential Regulation No. 20 of 2018 concerning Utilization of Expatriates on March 26, 2018. This regulation is changing the previous Presidential Regulation No.72…

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