Out now! Asian Principles for the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Judgments

Practical guidance on the business laws of Asia

Designed to assist anyone conducting business across Asia, our practical guides are concise summaries of the business laws in various Asian jurisdictions.

Need to know the rules for the recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments in Asia? Download our free reports for ASEAN, Australia, China, India, Japan and South Korea


Need to know the regulations for cross-border transfers of personal data in Asia?

Promoting the convergence of business laws in Asia

Legal fragmentation is a barrier to doing business across borders in Asia. See what ABLI is doing to reduce the differences between different legal regimes in Asia.

With rising cross-border restructuring work in Asia, ABLI and the International Insolvency Institute are mapping the business reorganisation regimes in Asia to distill a set of common principles for judges, legislators and policy-makers in Asia


Data protection and privacy regulation in Asia


Asian Principles for the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Judgments

[Recap] Upcoming Indonesia Personal Data Protection Law - Key Provisions to Know and How It May Affect Businesses

On 19 January 2022, ABLI successfully concluded its first webinar of the year, discussing the upcoming personal data protection law in Indonesia, the key changes the legislation may bring and how businesses may be affected.


Personal Data Protection in Indonesia - Big Chances in Store

ABLI spoke to Danny Kobrata, Partner of K&K Advocates, on the anticipated changes in the landscape of personal data protection in Indonesia.


[Judgment] First Recognition under the Mainland – HKSAR Arrangement for Mutual Recognition of and Assistance to Bankruptcy (Insolvency) Proceedings

On 15 December 2021, the Shenzhen Intermediate People's Court issued a civil ruling to grant the first recognition under the Mainland - HKSAR arrangement for recognition of and assistance to bankruptcy (insolvency) proceedings that came into effect in May 2021.