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Miami Herald: Settling U.S. business, property claims against Cuba poses challenges

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Saturday, 20 December 2014 11:12

Mauricio Tamargo with Poblete Tamargo was quoted in today's Miami Herald: “It’s going to be quite an involved process to find a way to settle these claims, because Cuba doesn’t have $7 billion,” said Mauricio Tamargo, a partner at the law firm Poblete Tamargo LLP, who chaired the Foreign Claims Settlement Commission from 2002 to 2010 and more recently began representing some big claimants. “There is going to have to be some creative thinking to settle this debt.’’ You can read the entire story, here.

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