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Do the recent changes to the United States’ embargo on Cuba, or its foreign investment laws, affect your business? As both countries work toward reestablishing embassies, and as you explore your business options, staying abreast of any changes to U.S. and Cuba business relations is essential. To learn more about the potential impact for your organization, watch the webinar video, offered by CT in partnership with Hunton & Williams LLP.
You will receive an update on the implementation of the U.S. embargo on Cuba in light of the White House’s announcement to restore full relations, an overview of Cuban legal reforms, direct investment laws, and some practical experiences with respect to Cuba.
Additional highlights include an overview of foreign investment framework, investment vehicles, and changes in U.S. regulations. You will also learn which industries are impacted by this change, as well as learn about some independent Cuban entrepreneurs.
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Gustavo J. Membiela, Partner, Hunton & Williams LLP Gus is a partner in the firm’s Miami office. He handles a wide variety of commercial litigation matters, focusing on cross-border disputes and transnational arbitrations, including class action litigation. He has significant experience representing financial institutions of all sizes, both domestic and foreign and in litigating construction disputes. Gus also has significant experience representing clients in state and federal courts across the United States. Gus counsels clients both pre-and-post litigation on matters of corporate significance, which includes advising boards and other business leaders with respect to legal risks, coordinating the response of domestic and multi-jurisdictional legal teams to these risks and participating in internal investigations. As part of his practice, Gus counsels clients on complex jurisdictional and venue issues, investment and construction disputes, and sovereign immunity challenges (including those arising from expropriation events).
Uriel A. Mendieta, Partner, Hunton & Williams LLP Uriel is a partner in the firm’s Miami office. His practice focuses on general corporate representation, including mergers and acquisitions, structured finance, and national and international project finance. Uriel has represented clients seeking to engage in infrastructure projects through public-private partnerships with governmental entities.
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