Commitment, quality dedication, perseverance to improve, and innovation.
From the start the Firm has emphasised total dedication to solving clients’ problems, and we take specific steps to be certain that we live up to that ideal.
Maqdir Ismail and Partners was formed in 2005 on the basis of commitment towards attaining justice for our clients, protecting their best interests, and continuing perseverance to improve and innovate.

The firm’s main focus is litigation; and it has been involved in numerous high profile civil, criminal, as well as constitutional litigation in Indonesia. The firm also offers services in banking & finance, mergers & acquisitions, as well as general corporate matters.

The firm serves domestic and foreign clients litigating or conducting business in Indonesia; and our clientele includes individuals, corporates, major governmental and financial institutions and large, medium and small businesses.

Our goal at Maqdir Ismail & Partners is to provide a level of performance and satisfaction that demonstrates to both clients and peers nothing less than the best legal services available.
The firm’s practice encompasses all areas of litigation as well as corporate matters.
Corruption Erradication In Indonesia: Preventive Actions
R. Bayu Perdana
Saturday, 6 January 2018

Indonesia has a long historical background with corruption. Even before the independence of Indonesia in 1945, the people have engaged in corruption. Some people say that corruption has a part of Indonesian culture. After independence, Indonesia has been trying to eradicate corruption in every different presidential era. The government also has issued several statues in […]

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Mahkamah Agung – Badan Legislatif Ke-Empat di Indonesia?
Annisa Ismail
Tuesday, 3 January 2017

Konsep trias politica yang dikembangkan oleh Montesquieu membagi kekuasaan negara ke dalam tiga cabang; badan legislatif yang bertugas membuat peraturan, badan eksekutif yang menjalankan peraturan, dan badan yudisial yang bertugas mengawasi dan mengadili proses penerapan peraturan. Konsep ini diterapkan secara implisit di Indonesia;

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The Indonesian E-Commerce Roadmap – What we know so far
Annisa Ismail
Thursday, 12 May 2016

On 14 January 2016, the Indonesian e-commerce roadmap was announced after a widely publicized meeting between Coordinating Minister for Economic Affairs Darmin Nasution, Minister of Communications and IT Rudiantara, Minister of National Development Sofyan Djalil, Finance Minister Bambang Brodjonegoro, Trade Minister Thomas Lembong, Chief of Creative Economy Agency Triawan Munaf, and Deputy Governor of Bank […]

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Kawasan Tanpa Rokok – Apa yang Kurang?
Annisa Ismail
Tuesday, 19 January 2016

Semua orang berhak atas udara bersih dan segar. Namun pada kenyataannya hingga sekarang masih sulit ditemukan di Indonesia tempat yang sepenuhnya bebas dari bau atau asap rokok. Meskipun kawasan tanpa rokok merupakan salah satu wacana yang digaungkan oleh pemerintah dalam beberapa tahun terakhir, pada kenyataannya masih banyak terlihat orang merokok tanpa peduli akan keadaan sekitar. […]

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