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Chadbourne's US-Cuba Task Force assists clients in assessing and complying with the recent reforms to US-Cuba diplomatic relations that relax restrictions on trade, telecommunications (including telecommunications infrastructure) and financial services. The easing of these restrictions is expected to facilitate US investment in Cuba and promote the growth of entrepreneurship and the Cuban private sector. Chadbourne's US-Cuba Task Force will not only assist with compliance with new regulations but also help our clients take advantage of new opportunities.

Our US-Cuba Task Force is led by Co-Heads Julissa Reynoso and Talbert I. Navia. Julissa is a partner in our International Arbitration practice who was the Deputy Assistant Secretary of State in charge of the Cuba, Central America and Caribbean Offices from 2009 to 2012 under Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. She also served as US Ambassador to Uruguay from 2012 until 2014. Talbert is Co-Head of Chadbourne’s Latin America and the Caribbean practice.

Chadbourne has been one of the major international law firms active in Latin America and the Caribbean. We represent clients in many of the highest profile transactions in the region, in such areas as mergers and acquisitions, capital markets, project finance, banking and restructurings. With offices both in Mexico and Brazil, the firm and our lawyers have received numerous accolades from publications including Chambers Latin America, Chambers Global, The Legal 500 Latin America, IFLR Americas, LatinFinance, Latin Lawyer  and Hispanic Business, among others. The depth and breadth of Chadbourne’s Latin American practice is further reflected by the fact that we are ranked across six practice categories for international law firms Chambers Latin America.

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