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OFAC promulgates general licenses and special licenses to authorize certain activities, transactions, and dealings in support of the Cuban people

  • Steptoe & Johnson LLP
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  • Cuba, USA
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  • January 31 2011

The US Department of the Treasury, Office of Foreign Assets Controls (“OFAC”), has amended the Cuban Assets Control Regulations (“CACR”), 31 C.F.R. Part 515, promulgating general licenses and specific licenses to authorize certain activities, transactions, and dealings in support of the Cuban people

Obama Administration announces plan to improve relations with Cuba

  • Steptoe & Johnson LLP
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  • Cuba, USA
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  • December 18 2014

On December 17, 2014, President Obama announced that the United States will ease certain travel, trade, and financial restrictions on Cuba and will

United States eases restrictions on telecom, internet, and related financial services for Cuba

  • Steptoe & Johnson LLP
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  • Cuba, USA
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  • January 24 2015

Following President Obama's announcement of restored diplomatic relations with Cuba, a new set of regulations went into effect this month that will

US implements targeted, significant changes to Cuba embargo: high hopes, limited opportunities

  • Steptoe & Johnson LLP
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  • Cuba, USA
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  • January 22 2015

On January 15, 2015, the US Department of Treasury, Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) and the US Department of Commerce, Bureau of Industry and

Steptoe cyberlaw podcast interview with Thomas Rid and Jeffrey Carr

  • Steptoe & Johnson LLP
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  • Cuba, North Korea, USA
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  • January 27 2015

Episode 51 of the podcast features a debate on attributing cyberattacks. Our two guests, Thomas Rid and Jeffrey Carr, disagree sharply about how and