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Dean Peter "Bo" Rutledge (from left), Katherine Marie Larsen and Miles Porter, University of Georgia, Athens. (Courtesy photos) Dean Peter “Bo” Rutledge (from left), Katherine Marie Larsen and Miles Porter, University of Georgia, Athens. (Courtesy photos)

A dramatic change in the executive branch position on Cuban sanctions recently led to a wave of litigation in the federal courts and could have broad implications for entities that conduct business in or with Cuba. In April, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced that Title III of the Helms-Burton Act would no longer be suspended, thereby allowing U.S. nationals to file lawsuits against any individual or entity that “traffics” in property expropriated by the Cuban government.

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