Friday, February 14, 2020

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Hunton Andrews Kurth Client Alert
What Happened: The Trump administration has acted on its previous decision to actively enforce Title IV of the Helms-Burton Act by preventing the CEO of a Spanish hotel chain from entering the United States based on his company’s alleged trafficking in confiscated Cuban property.
The Bottom Line: Executives of foreign and US companies, who “traffic” in “confiscated” property, and their family members may be prevented from traveling to or entering the United States on a long-term basis. Multinationals doing business with or in Cuba should analyze whether steps are necessary to mitigate the threat of penalization under Title IV.
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