Rahmi Jened
Universitas Airlangga, Surabaya

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Lessons Learned from the British Exit from the European Union for Indonesia and the ASEAN Economic Community Jened, Rahmi; Indahsari, Betharia Noor
Hasanuddin Law Review VOLUME 5 ISSUE 1, APRIL 2019
Publisher : Hasanuddin University

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A soft Brexit scenario will include an implementation period from the day the UK formally leaves the EU to 31 December 2020. During the implementation period, the UK will continue to be functionally treated as an EU member state and remain a party to EU international agreement. Associated with the ASEAN single market, should be considered the readiness of Indonesian regulations and legislations that in sectorial concerns at least three aforementioned legal instruments to be harmonized with the laws of the ASEAN countries. Important findings were shown by the research from the perspectives of business law, especially, capital investment law, intellectual property and international trade law that Brexit has significant impact for  EU itself, Indonesia and also AEC.
The Protection of Traditional Knowledge of Medicinal Herbs for Just Health and Welfare Access for the Traditional Communities: A Comparison between India and Indonesia Yenny Eta Widyanti; Rahmi Jened; Nurul Barizah
Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology Vol. 16 No. 1 (2022): Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology
Publisher : Institute of Medico-legal Publications Pvt Ltd

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37506/ijfmt.v16i1.17673


The purpose of this study is to identify a model in the protection of traditional knowledge (TK) of medicinal herbs by adopting a comprehensive protection instrument, comprising positive and defensive protection. Based on the regulation of TK in international conventions and the national laws, the best practice for the protection of TK of medicinal herbs is by implementing a sui generis regulation that stems from the principle of justice in fulfilling the traditional communities’ rights over access to health and welfare.
Mimbar Hukum - Fakultas Hukum Universitas Gadjah Mada Vol 28, No 2 (2016)
Publisher : Fakultas Hukum Universitas Gadjah Mada

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AbstractIt is invisioned that ASEAN Single Market is to realize in 2015.ASEAN Single Market is what expected from the formation of ASEAN Economic community ( AEC). The basic principle of AEC is free movement of goods, services, personnel and capital. This is inherent with the objective of economic integration that is a fair competition. In relation to single market, there are trans boundary activities. It is highly possibility that international disputes over IP arise. Disputes that involve different countries with law of each their own and the need determination of choice of law /choice of forum or jurisdiction. This paper aims to discuss IP related conflict jurisdiction in the era of economic integration specifcally single market ASEANIntisariPada akhir 2015 diharapkan terwujud pasar tunggal ASEAN sebagai esensi perwujudan Masyarakat Ekonomi ASEAN (ASEAN Economic Community). Prinsip utama dalam rangka Economic Community adalah free movement of goods, services, skilled labours and capital. Prinsip ini inheren dengan tujuan utama integrasi ekonomi yakni persaingan sehat (fair competition). Persoalan HKI tidak hanya terbatas dalam suatu wilayah negara tertentu. Untuk itu perlu dianalisis masalah jurisdiksi pengadilan. Artikel ini akan membahas masalah konflik yurisdiksi dan penegakan HKI dalam rangka integrasi ekonomi dan pasar tunggal ASEAN.
Catatan Hukum Kritis Pembiayaan Sekunder Perumahan Rahmi Jened
Mimbar Hukum - Fakultas Hukum Universitas Gadjah Mada Vol 31, No 1 (2019)
Publisher : Fakultas Hukum Universitas Gadjah Mada

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Abstracthe existence of Secondary Mortgage Facility (SMF) in Indonesia is adopted from common law s tradition. It is not easy to adopt legal institutions derived from the common law tradition into our country that base on the civil law tradition. Furthermore, even though SMF has managed to solve mismatch and improve credit liquidity, hence there are some critical legal notes to SMF institution. This paper will discuss about the differences law and regulation of real property ownership, true sale for repurchase of loan and its   secured transaction (mortgage) and the existence of Special Purpose Vehicle between Common Law and civil Law tradition. IntisariEksistensi lembaga Fasilitas PembiayaanSekunder Perumahan (SMF) di Indonesia diadopsi dari common law system. Tentu bukan hal mudah untuk mengadopsi lembaga hukum dari tradisi common law ke dalam tradisi civil law. Meskipun telah terbukti lembaga ini dapat mengatasi mismatch dan meningkatkan likuiditas KPR, namun ada beberapa catatan hokum kritis tentang Pembiayaan Sekunder Perumahan.Makalah ini akan membahas perbedaan hokum dan aturan tentang kepemilikan tanah, jual putus untuk penjualan kredit dan hak tanggungannya serta eksistensi perusahaan kendaraan untuk tujuan khusus antara tradisi Common Law dan Civil Law.
The Tensions On The Protection Of Local-Traditional Indonesian Batik Ria Setyawati; Mas Rahmah; Rahmi Jened; Nurul Barizah; Agung Sujatmiko
Yuridika Vol. 36 No. 1 (2021): Volume 36 No 1 January 2021
Publisher : Universitas Airlangga

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Batik artwork has been known for hundreds of years and has become part of the culture of Indonesian society. Some batik motifs in Indonesia have philosophical values and are part of traditional traditional ceremony activities. Along with the times, the creativity of batik artists has become varied even though ancient traditional motifs are still mass produced and used as inspiration. This research examines the legal protection for traditional batik in order to avoid the abuse of rights by certain parties who merely exploit it in order to benefit from the existence of traditional batik works. The formulation of the problem that will be examined in this research is whether traditional batik gets legal protection under the copyright regime in Indonesia? Are there any legal safeguards at the international level for traditional Indonesian batik works? In answering this problem formulation will use a conceptual approach and a statutory approach. This research is a legal research that will examine existing legal concepts and related legal rules in solving legal problems related to the protection of traditional batik.