U.S. District Judge Beth Bloom has dismissed two Helms-Burton cases filed against Norwegian Cruise Line and MSC Cruises in the Southern District of Florida.

Both cases revolved around the cruise line’s use of waterfront properties which the plaintiff, Havana Docks Corp., claimed to have owned before their expropriation by Cuba’s government following the island’s communist revolution.

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