Tag Archives: Yosbel A. Ibarra

Trump Administration Cracks Open Door to Private Law Suits Against Cuba with Partial Libertad Act Title III Implementation

On March 19, 2019, a never-before-used Cuban embargo measure went into effect that makes it possible for U.S. claimants to sue the Cuban government in U.S. courts for confiscated Cuban property. The measures could be further expanded on April 17, 2019, to permit lawsuits against non-Cuban entities operating in Cuba. Since its enactment, Title III … Continue Reading

Hotels Included in U.S. State Department Cuba Restricted List

As of Nov. 15, 2018, the State Department is adding 16 hotels owned by the Cuban military to the Cuba Restricted List (CRL). As discussed in the November 2017 GT Alert, U.S. Implements President Trump’s Cuba Policy, the Department of State published the CRL, identifying certain entities and sub-entities that are “under the control of, … Continue Reading
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