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Cuba Policy Expert Says $440M Ruling Should Be Affirmed – Law360

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An expert on U.S. policy toward Cuba is urging the Eleventh Circuit to affirm a ruling ordering four major cruise lines to pay nearly a half-billion dollars in damages for “trafficking” in property seized by the Communist Cuban government.

Daniel W. Fisk, who was associate counsel of the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee from 1994 until 1997, told the circuit court in an amicus brief on Friday that the damages awarded to Havana Docks Corp. must be affirmed, saying that the U.S. company’s claim against the cruise companies “goes to the heart of the LIBERTAD Act’s history, purpose, and text.”

Fisk is represented by Marcos Daniel Jiménez of León Cosgrove Jiménez LLP.

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Marcos D. Jiménez is a Partner at León Cosgrove Jiménez, LLP and a Chambers-ranked commercial litigator with a proven track record of success in complex business litigation and white-collar criminal matters.

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