Amid the continuing buzz about President Barack Obama’s call to ease sanctions against Cuba, and the prospect that some American companies will once again be allowed to conduct business there, a question that remains unanswered is what to do about the complex legal issue of corporate and individual claims to property that was seized by the Castro regime. Will companies that suffered a losses decades be able to stake a claim?

In our latest podcast, we talk to Pedro Freyre, chair of the law firm Akerman’s international practice and a nationally recognized expert on Cuba-related matters, about those claims and whether corporate calls for restitution could be a roadblock to normalized trade relations.

Listen to the Podcast. (14 min., 13 MB)

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