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Implication Of Regional Tax Regulation For The Investment Climate And Its Relation With Omnibus Bill On Taxation, Debora Kristina Doloksaribu 2022 Universitas Indonesia

Implication Of Regional Tax Regulation For The Investment Climate And Its Relation With Omnibus Bill On Taxation, Debora Kristina Doloksaribu

"Dharmasisya” Jurnal Program Magister Hukum FHUI

The granting of autonomy to the regions is intended to provide democratic space and public participation. Legal certainty in the administration of regional government specifically related to taxes is very crucial, specifically for economic development, as it affects the investment climate. Any discrepancy between regional and central policies is seen as an obstacle in optimizing investment performance in the regions. The Government has proposed a Bill on General Provisions and Tax Facilities for Strengthening the Economy or also known as the Omnibus Bill on Taxation which regulates, among other things, regional tax and regional levy. One of principal arrangements in …


Pengecualian Larangan Praktik Monopoli Dan Persaingan Usaha Tidak Sehat Terhadap Perjanjian Internasional, Cindy Vania Lumban Batu 2022 Universitas Indonesia

Pengecualian Larangan Praktik Monopoli Dan Persaingan Usaha Tidak Sehat Terhadap Perjanjian Internasional, Cindy Vania Lumban Batu

"Dharmasisya” Jurnal Program Magister Hukum FHUI

To achieve fair business competition, Indonesia through Law Number 5 of 1999 regulates the prohibition of monopolistic practices and unfair business competition. Apart from regulating prohibited matters such as prohibited agreements, prohibited activities and dominant positions, this law also regulates several prohibited provisions as written in article 50, especially letter f regarding to international treaties that are ratified. International treaties that are ratified are binding for countries that ratify them to comply with the rules in the agreement. Therefore, general rules and special treatment in an international agreement are among the agreements that are exempted from monopolistic practices and unfair …


Analisis Perlindungan Hukum Rahasia Dagang Menurut Undang-Undang Rahasia Dagang Di Indonesia Dan Amerika Serikat, Chairinaya Nizliandry 2022 Universitas Indonesia

Analisis Perlindungan Hukum Rahasia Dagang Menurut Undang-Undang Rahasia Dagang Di Indonesia Dan Amerika Serikat, Chairinaya Nizliandry

"Dharmasisya” Jurnal Program Magister Hukum FHUI

Rapid economic growth encouraged tighter competition so that business doers can survive in its industry. In their efforts to survive in its industry, a handful of rogue business doers have justified various methods, including violating intellectual property rights. That is what the owner of CV Tiga Putra Berlian did. However, not in line with the Trade Secret Law, the District Court Judge in this case decided to release him. If he adheres to the trade secret law in Indonesia, the act must be deemed to have fulfilled the elements of a trade secret violation by law and must be punished …


Politik Hukum Pengambilalihan Flight Information Region (Fir) Dari Singapura, Canris Bahri P.S 2022 Universitas Indonesia

Politik Hukum Pengambilalihan Flight Information Region (Fir) Dari Singapura, Canris Bahri P.S

"Dharmasisya” Jurnal Program Magister Hukum FHUI

Sovereignty is one of the conditions for the establishment of a country, the sovereignty of the state is the full and highest power in a country to regulate its entire territory which includes land, water and air space above it without interference from the governments of other countries. State sovereignty in airspace based on the 1944 Chicago convention on International Civil Aviation is "Complete" and "Exclusive". Recognition of the Archipelago's Sovereignty based on the 1982 International Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) also includes the air space above it. However, there are problems that arise in the implementation …


Jaminan Keamanan Data Pribadi Warga Negara Dalam Penyelenggaraan Urusan Pemerintahan Berbasis Elektronik (E-Government), Bunga Asoka Iswandari 2022 Universitas Indonesia

Jaminan Keamanan Data Pribadi Warga Negara Dalam Penyelenggaraan Urusan Pemerintahan Berbasis Elektronik (E-Government), Bunga Asoka Iswandari

"Dharmasisya” Jurnal Program Magister Hukum FHUI

Indonesia has now entered the industrial revolution 4.0 which has introduced many work system procedures and procedures that use technology. Technology is here to make it easier for humans to complete all work quickly and efficiently. Technology is also present in the government system in Indonesia. The growth and development of technology in Indonesia provides a great opportunity for the bureaucracy to be able to carry out reforms to deal with bureaucratic weaknesses so far. To make the implementation of the bureaucracy in Indonesia efficient and optimal with the help of technology, the government implements an electronic-based government system, also …


Politik Hukum Pembentukan Peraturan Perundang-Undangan Keuangan Syariah Di Indonesia, Budiman Budiman 2022 Universitas Indonesia

Politik Hukum Pembentukan Peraturan Perundang-Undangan Keuangan Syariah Di Indonesia, Budiman Budiman

"Dharmasisya” Jurnal Program Magister Hukum FHUI

Since ennacted of Law Number 10 Year 1998 concerning Amendment of Law Number 7 Year 1992 concerning Banking, which regulates banking activities based on sharia principles, the new era of growth of regulations in the financial services sector, not just in the banking sector, but also in the field of non-bank financial services. The enactment of Islamic financial laws and regulations takes place rapidly from year to year. The legal policy of establishment laws and regulations in the field of Islamic financial services is to make Islamic law in the field of financial services become a positive norm so that …


Perlindungan Hukum Terhadap Bentuk Fiksasi Dalam Karya Musik Berdasarkan Perkembangan Undang-Undang Hak Cipta, Boy Brian E.S 2022 Universitas Indonesia

Perlindungan Hukum Terhadap Bentuk Fiksasi Dalam Karya Musik Berdasarkan Perkembangan Undang-Undang Hak Cipta, Boy Brian E.S

"Dharmasisya” Jurnal Program Magister Hukum FHUI

This journal aims to discuss the protection of copyright law against tapes converted into the form of a sound recording or a tool shaped CD (Compact Disc), in addition it is to discuss how enforcement against violations fixation in a piece of music that is poured into a recording tool so that it can be enjoyed through the CD. This journal will discuss about the forms of piracy which often occur in the field of copyright songs and music. In this journal will be discussed also about violations in the field of copyright songs or music that will be penalized …


Urgensi Perlindungan Hukum Atas Simpanan Uang Elektronik, Abdurrahman Marahimin 2022 Universitas Indonesia

Urgensi Perlindungan Hukum Atas Simpanan Uang Elektronik, Abdurrahman Marahimin

"Dharmasisya” Jurnal Program Magister Hukum FHUI

The use of electronic money shows positive developments, but is not accompanied by the development of regulations that provide legal protection to its users, especially with regard to the loss of electronic money. The problem in this study is how the legal protection for electronic money deposits and how the form of protection for electronic money deposits in the future so as to ensure the safe use of electronic money. This study uses a normative juridical method, using secondary data and using qualitative data analysis methods. The results of the study stated that the IDIC does not have the authority …


Politik Hukum Pertambangan Dalam Pelaksanaan Kewajiban Pengolahan Dan Pemurnian Mineral Dan Batubara Di Indonesia, Ahmad Nugraha Abrar 2022 Universitas Indonesia

Politik Hukum Pertambangan Dalam Pelaksanaan Kewajiban Pengolahan Dan Pemurnian Mineral Dan Batubara Di Indonesia, Ahmad Nugraha Abrar

"Dharmasisya” Jurnal Program Magister Hukum FHUI

This study discusses the politics of mining law in the implementation of the obligation to process and purify minerals and coal to improve the quality of minerals and coal in Indonesia. The research focuses on the legal politics that occur in the implementation obligations in developing mineral and coal processing and refining in the country to improve the quality of minerals and coal before being exported abroad. This study also discusses the paradigm of mining regulations in processing and refining since the mining law in post-independence to reformation. The results of this study indicate that there are still problems in …


Pemanfaatan Dan Perlindungan Hukum Terhadap Sumber Daya Air Dalam Perspektif Investasi Dan Kesejahteraan, Arindita Pratiwi 2022 Universitas Indonesia

Pemanfaatan Dan Perlindungan Hukum Terhadap Sumber Daya Air Dalam Perspektif Investasi Dan Kesejahteraan, Arindita Pratiwi

"Dharmasisya” Jurnal Program Magister Hukum FHUI

As a natural resource that can be renewed and is an unlimited energy, water has an important role in meeting the daily needs of humans and other living things, without water there would be no life. The presence of the state in managing water resources for the greatest welfare of the people is a manifestation of the state's control over water resources as mandated by Article 33 paragraph (3) of the 1945 Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia and is the state's obligation to fulfill the people's rights to water. In fulfilling the need for clean water for all its …


Oral Argument In Moore V. Harper And The Perils Of Finding “Compromise” On The Independent State Legislature Theory, Katherine A. Shaw 2022 Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law

Oral Argument In Moore V. Harper And The Perils Of Finding “Compromise” On The Independent State Legislature Theory, Katherine A. Shaw

Online Publications

The Supreme Court’s cert grant last June in Moore v. Harper was an ominous note on which to end an explosive term. The grant seemed to broadcast an openness to embracing what’s known as the “independent state legislature theory,” or ISLT. It is a once-fringe idea that the U.S. Constitution, and in particular Article I’s “elections clause,” grants to state legislatures alone, and withholds from other state entities (think: courts and constitutions), the power to regulate elections for federal office.


Within A City's Limits: A Local Government's Power To Hold Police Officers Accountable, Josselin Aldana 2022 Fordham University School of Law

Within A City's Limits: A Local Government's Power To Hold Police Officers Accountable, Josselin Aldana

Fordham Law Review

When a person’s constitutional rights are violated by a public official, such as a police officer, who acts under color of law, the official can invoke a qualified immunity defense that immunizes the official unless it is clearly established that such action is unlawful. Over the years, the qualified immunity doctrine has developed into a shield that makes it difficult for aggrieved individuals to recover when they are harmed. As a result of nationwide focus on police brutality, four states—Colorado, Connecticut, Massachusetts, and New Mexico—have modified the use of qualified immunity as a defense in state courts for individuals harmed …


Native America: Universities As Quasi-Cities, Sovereignty And The Power To Name, Victoria Sutton 2022 Texas Tech University

Native America: Universities As Quasi-Cities, Sovereignty And The Power To Name, Victoria Sutton

American Indian Law Journal

Universities as quasi-cities have an obligation to reflect on their educational mission, and public universities have a responsibility to Native America through the unique federal trust responsibility owed to Native Nations by the federal government. The naming of buildings and transitioning to responsible adulthood requires universities, administrators, and students to reflect on who we were, who we are now, and whom we hope to be. Collaborative efforts to work with Native Nations should be undertaken with regard to naming issues.

Sovereigns possess power to control historical narratives and outcomes through their sovereign power to (1) name geographical places; (2) protect …


Solidarity Federalism, Erin F. Delaney, Ruth Mason 2022 Professor of Law, Northwestern Pritzker School of Law

Solidarity Federalism, Erin F. Delaney, Ruth Mason

Notre Dame Law Review

Studies of federalism, especially in the United States, have mostly centered on state autonomy and the vertical relationship between the states and the federal government. This Article approaches federalism from a different perspective, one that focuses on state solidarity. We explain how solidarity structures found in constitutional federations—including the United States—generate solidarity obligations, such as duties not to harm other states or their citizens. These duties give rise to principles, such as nondiscrimination, that are vital to federalism. Focusing on interstate relations and relations between states and citizens of other states, we argue that affirming both solidarity and autonomy as …


Local Government, Russell A. Britt, Jennifer D. Herzog, Nick Kinsley, Jacob Stalvey O'Neal, Pearson K. Cunningham, Stuart Sumner, Rebekah Ditto, Philip E. Friduss 2022 Mercer University School of Law

Local Government, Russell A. Britt, Jennifer D. Herzog, Nick Kinsley, Jacob Stalvey O'Neal, Pearson K. Cunningham, Stuart Sumner, Rebekah Ditto, Philip E. Friduss

Mercer Law Review

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The Helicopter State: Misuse Of Parens Patriae Unconstitutionally Precludes Individual And Class Claims, Gabrielle J. Hanna 2022 University of Washington School of Law

The Helicopter State: Misuse Of Parens Patriae Unconstitutionally Precludes Individual And Class Claims, Gabrielle J. Hanna

Washington Law Review

The doctrine of parens patriae allows state attorneys general to represent state citizens in aggregate litigation suits that are, in many ways, similar to class actions and mass-tort actions. Its origins, however, reflect a more modest scope. Parens patriae began as a doctrine allowing the British king to protect those without the ability to protect themselves, including wards and mentally disabled individuals. The rapid expansion of parens patriae standing in the United States may be partly to blame for the relative absence of limiting requirements or even well-developed case law governing parens patriae suits. On the one hand, class actions …


Beware What You Google: Fourth Amendment Constitutionality Of Keyword Warrants, Chelsa Camille Edano 2022 University of Washington School of Law

Beware What You Google: Fourth Amendment Constitutionality Of Keyword Warrants, Chelsa Camille Edano

Washington Law Review

Many Americans have potentially had their privacy rights invaded through invisible, widespread police searches. In recent years, local and federal governments have compelled Google and other search engine companies to produce the personal information of users who have conducted a search query related to a crime. By using keyword warrants, the government can conduct a dragnet search for suspects, imposing suspicion on users and exposing their personal information. The keyword warrant is a symptom of the erosion of the Fourth Amendment protection against suspicionless searches. Not only is scholarship scarce on keyword warrants, but also instances of these warrants are …


Committed To Commitment: The Problem With Washington State’S Involuntary Treatment Act, Hannah Garland 2022 University of Washington School of Law

Committed To Commitment: The Problem With Washington State’S Involuntary Treatment Act, Hannah Garland

Washington Law Review

Washington State utilizes the Involuntary Treatment Act (ITA) to civilly commit individuals experiencing behavioral health crises. Although civil commitment involves stripping away fundamental rights, it receives less attention than criminal incarceration. The ITA is meant to protect not just the general community, but also the rights of people with behavioral health disorders who utilize the ITA system. Yet, its implementation tells a different story. Individuals in King County are detained and committed repeatedly, without receiving consistent care. Furthermore, the ITA disproportionately impacts unhoused individuals and Black individuals. As the ITA continues to grow both in utilization and expense, other community-based …


When Uncle Sam Spills: A State Regulator’S Guide To Enforcement Actions Against The Federal Government Under The Clean Water Act, Ian M. Staeheli 2022 University of Washington School of Law

When Uncle Sam Spills: A State Regulator’S Guide To Enforcement Actions Against The Federal Government Under The Clean Water Act, Ian M. Staeheli

Washington Law Review

The U.S. government is one of the largest polluters on the planet. With over 700 domestic military bases and countless more federal facilities and vessels operating within state borders, there exists an enormous potential for spills and discharges of pollutants into state waters. The regulatory burden for enforcing environmental laws against the federal government falls on the Environmental Protection Agency and state regulators. But enforcing laws and regulations against the federal government and its progeny is a daunting regulatory task.

Other scholarship addresses some of the vexing peculiarities involved when regulating Uncle Sam. Those works discuss the “confusing mess” that …


A Call To Abolish Determinate-Plus Sentencing In Washington, Rachel Stenberg 2022 University of Washington School of Law

A Call To Abolish Determinate-Plus Sentencing In Washington, Rachel Stenberg

Washington Law Review

For certain incarcerated individuals who commit sex offenses, Washington State’s determinate-plus sentencing structure requires a showing of rehabilitation before release. This highly subjective “releasability” determination occurs after an individual has already served a standard sentence. A review of recent releasability determinations reveals sentences are often extended on arbitrary and inconsistent grounds—especially for individuals who face systemic challenges in prison due to their identity or condition. This Comment shows that the criteria to determine whether individuals are releasable is an incomplete picture of their actual experience in the carceral setting, using the distinct example of incarcerated individuals with mental illness. While …


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