In May of 2019, the Trump Administration lifted the suspension of Title III of the Helms-Burton Act. This cleared the way for U.S. nationals with claims to property in Cuba that was confiscated under the Castro regime to file suit in U.S. courts against persons that may be “trafficking” in that property. Jones Day Miami-based partners Rick Puente and Chris Pace discuss the most recent court actions and decisions related to Title III matters.
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Since the Trump Administration lifted the suspension of Title III of the Helms-Burton Act in May 2019, thereby allowing U.S. citizens to sue companies profiting from assets in Cuba seized under the Castro regime, high-profile corporations in several industries are facing—or are potentially facing—significant legal action. Jones Day partners Rick Puente and Chris Pace review recent developments and talk about what affected parties and stakeholders should watch for in 2020.
The uncertainty continues for companies potentially at risk since the Trump Administration lifted the suspension on Title III of the Helms-Burton Act, a provision that empowers U.S. nationals with claims to confiscated property in Cuba to file suit in U.S. courts against entities “trafficking” in those assets.
Rick Puente and Chris Pace review recent case developments, discuss the appointment of new National Security Advisor Robert O’Brien, and talk about what parties possibly affected by Helms-Burton should expect next.
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