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Cuba Standard: As Title III Activation Looms, Lawyers Move Into Position

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Wednesday, 29 May 2019 14:53

The following apeared in the April-May 2019 Edition of Cuba Standard Monthly (Vol. 27, No. 4-5). PobleteTamargo attorney Jason Poblete discusses Title III and the potential for lawsuits against those trafficking in stolen property.

"Any company engaging in transactions in Cuba, if the elements of the law are met, can be sued under Title III," Poblete explains. 

He goes on to state, "In Cuba, the alleged trafficker has a choice to make: do business in Cuba or the United States -- or find another way forward, such as pay the claim holder a 'right to traffic' fee."

Read the full article by Mr. Vito Echevarria published in Cuba Standard below.

 

CubaStandard Title III 2019 by pobletetamargo on Scribd

 

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