Trump Administration Reverses Course on Lawsuits Over Expropriated Cuban Property

In an effort to strengthen sanctions against Cuba, on May 1, 2019, the Trump administration allowed a long-dormant law to awaken: Title III of the Helms-Burton Act (“Title III”).1 The effect was far-reaching and immediate, as businesses are already being hauled into U.S. courts to defend against allegations that they are involved in “trafficking” in property expropriated by the Cuban government.

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