Where Are All The Helms-Burton Lawsuits?
Americans who owned property confiscated by the Cuban government after the 1959 Cuban Revolution can now sue companies who "traffic" in the confiscated properties. But so far, only four lawsuits have been filed.
Experts predicted that a flood of lawsuits would be filed after the Trump Administration announced it would, for the first time since the enactment of the 1996 Helms-Burton Act, allow Americans to sue the Cuban Government over property confiscated after Fidel Castro’s 1959 revolution.
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