Our Cuba Practice Group advises clients exploring investment and other commercial activities in Cuba. Some of our most recent work involves the protection of intellectual property assets, like trademarks, for U.S.-based and international clients.
Carey Rodriguez’s attorneys are familiar with the statutes and regulations that embody U.S. policy on Cuba, including the U.S. embargo, the 2015 changes to travel and trade regulations, the Cuban Democracy Act of 1992 and the Helms-Burton Act of 1996, as well as the Cuban Assets Control Regulations promulgated by the Office of Foreign Assets Control and U.S. Department of the Treasury (OFAC) and the Department of Commerce’s Export Administration Regulations.
With its strategic alliance with Spanish law firm Diaz-Bastien Abogados, which has been representing clients in Cuba related matters for over 20 years, Carey Rodriguez has expanded its relationships with entities and individuals in Cuba.
Both Carey Rodriguez and Diaz-Bastien attorneys have visited Cuba and held multiple professional meetings with Cuban officials and attorneys, expanding our personal contacts on the island.