Schnader, in association with Yang & Co
, provides representation to Indonesian companies and individuals requiring legal counsel in the United States, and to U.S. companies and individuals requiring legal counsel in Indonesia.
Indonesia, the fourth most-populous country in the world, is a dynamic, emerging market possessing tremendous natural resources and the potential for sustained growth. Indonesia has attracted considerable foreign investment in recent years, which is expected to continue. The impressive expansion of the Indonesian economy and increasingly sophisticated and international character of the Indonesian business community have resulted in a strong demand for the services of lawyers capable of handling international litigation and transactions.
The deep experience of Schnader and Yang & Co lawyers in successfully representing Indonesian and U.S. companies in high-stakes international transactions and litigation, combined with the firms' association under this arrangement, provide a unique ability to service the needs of companies and individuals faced with difficult and significant legal issues across the globe.
Lawyers from Schnader and Yang & Co have worked closely together for the past decade, representing clients involved in significant and complex mergers and acquisitions, financing transactions, and commercial litigation in U.S. and Indonesian courts. Kenneth R. Puhala
, partner in Schnader's New York office, is the firm's chief liaison with Yang & Co. Mr. Puhala has more than 10 years of experience representing and advising Indonesian companies and individuals involved in U.S. and international legal proceedings and transactions. Mr. Puhala also has been a guest lecturer at the University of Tarumanagara Law School in Jakarta. *Disclaimer: Yang & Co and Schnader's association is non-exclusive and the firms remain separate. The firms' association does not constitute a partnership, joint venture or any other legal structure and each firm will be separately responsible to the client for work performed by that firm. The lawyers of each firm will remain employed and affiliated only with their respective firms. The clients of one firm shall not be clients of the other firm unless both firms are engaged by clients pursuant to the firms' association agreement or are otherwise separately engaged. The firms will not have joint liability to clients. The firms will not have joint liability to non-client third parties except to the extent that any agreement entered into by both firms with a third party specifically provides for joint and several liability.