We provide legal, regulatory guidance and support to enable our clients to conduct and establish business in Cuba. We work along with our clients and Cuban counterparts to ensure that you obtain all necessary licenses and permits from the U.S. and Cuba to do business in Cuba.
We provide advise and resources regarding licensing and enforcement matters before the U.S. Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) and the U.S. Commerce Department’s Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS), as well as assistance with communications, in person or remotely, with Cuban counsels and officials to comply with all relevant Cuban regulations and requirements. Our team of transactional lawyers will also assist you in considering, proposing and entering into agreements necessary to carry out your project.
There are currently many business opportunities in Cuba, even with the US embargo in place. If your business is the field of: export of food and agricultural products, farming and construction equipment, supply of construction materials for infrastructure or residential projects, hospitality, energy, infrastructure developer, telecommunications, including providers of internet, personal computers, mobile phones, accessories and telecommunications infrastructure, or medicine or humanitarian aid, you should be able to do business in Cuba. We will gladly help you with these endeavors.