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OFAC has fined a Colorado-based mining company and an equipment distributor in Florida for acquiring explosives originating from Cuba for use at a Suriname gold mine.
22 April 2022
French alcoholic beverage producer Pernod Ricard has defeated a US lawsuit brought against it for allegedly profiting from seized Cuban property by selling Havana Club rum.
23 June 2021
The US-Cuban family who appears set to receive the first compensation from a Helms-Burton Act lawsuit sidestepped an issue that has scuppered similar cases.
02 June 2021
The ruling comes under a month after Visa and Mastercard dismissed a similar claim brought under the controversial Title III of the Helms-Burton Act.
29 April 2021
The Havana Docks Corporation argues that parties who believe they’ve acted lawfully cannot claim attorney-client privilege over advice regarding the legality of their conduct.
23 March 2021
12 February 2021
The ex-US senator who helped usher in the Helms-Burton Act is attempting to intervene in a claim against Visa and Mastercard to explain how Congress intended the law to apply.
14 July 2020
A US court has thrown out a lawsuit against online retailer Amazon for trafficking in seized Cuban property for a second time after considering additional evidence in the landmark case.
12 May 2020
OFAC offered Biomin a penalty reduction based in part on its hiring of lawyers and export control experts to train senior management.
06 May 2020
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