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Spanish hotel chain Meliá Hotels International SA has been hit with a class-action suit—the most sweeping action so far under Title III of the Helms-Burton Act, which allows Americans to sue companies doing business in Cuba if they are profiting off of land expropriated after the 1959 Cuban revolution.

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Dylan Jackson

Dylan Jackson writes about how national law firms manage their talent, diversity. He also writes about Latin America. He can be reached at djackson@alm.com or 305-347-6677. On Twitter @DylanBJackson

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