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Our International Trade team comments on additional restrictions on trade with Cuba Client Alert

The Trump Administration announced a more restrictive policy towards Cuba in a presidential memo issued in June 2017. Since then, the Administration has implemented initiatives that have...

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U.S. policy reversal allows suits in U.S. courts and visa denials, for “trafficking” in confiscated property in Cuba Client Alert

Title III of the Cuban Liberty and Democratic Solidarity (LIBERTAD) Act of 1996 (Helms-Burton) allows U.S. persons to bring an action in U.S. federal court to seek damages for...

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Cuba update: Trump tightens travel authorizations and targets new restricted parties

On 9 November 2017, the Trump Administration implemented new regulations to support its change to U.S. policy on Cuba. The U.S. Government has created a new Cuba Restricted List...

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Final Push – President Obama Further Loosens Cuba Embargo, Sets Course for Normalization in Presidential Policy Directive International Trade Alert

On October 14, 2016, President Obama announced a detailed Presidential Policy Directive (PPD) designed to further the normalization of U.S. relations with Cuba, along with further revisions ...


Trends in Export Controls and Sanctions Compliance: A look at China and Latin America

Recognized by Chambers and The Legal 500, Hogan Lovells partner Beth Peters has more than 25 years of experience advising clients on international trade and immigration matters. She is...

Published Works

The development of the Cuba-United States relationship International Law Quarterly, Florida Bar, Special Cuba Edition (Fall 2016, Vol. XXXII, no. 3)

Cuba's relationship with the United States goes back to the end of the eighteenth century when the Spanish Crown opened its territories, including Cuba, for trade, and Cuban ports became...


International Trade Regulation and Cybersecurity

Companies operating internationally face an increasing variety of national cybersecurity and trade-related requirements. They may be required to deploy technical and legal measures to...

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Going the Extra Mile: Obama Administration Announces Further Easing of Cuba Sanctions Ahead of Historic Visit to the Island International Trade Alert

On March 15, 2016, the Obama Administration announced additional regulatory changes to further ease sanctions and export control restrictions on trade with Cuba.

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Expanding the Pie: New Cuba Regulations Increase Opportunities for Exports and Travel to Cuba International Trade Alert

The Obama Administration took another big step this week to ease the U.S. trade restrictions against Cuba, creating additional opportunities for U.S. companies seeking to engage with Cuba...

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