152 Days Since Libertad Act Operational: 20 Lawsuits, 5 Court Districts, 58 Attorneys, 103 Parties, 72 Plaintiffs, 67 Defendants, 5 Potential Defendants, 4 Class Action Requests

As of 1 October 2019, which is 152-days since the Trump Administration made operational Title III of the Cuban Liberty and Democratic Solidarity Act of 1996 (known as “Libertad Act”):

Twenty (20) lawsuits filed.
Court Filing Fees US$130,960.00
Fifty-Eight (58) Attorneys.
One Hundred And Three (103) companies/individuals, excluding attorneys, are lawsuits parties.
Seventy-Two (72) plaintiffs.
Four (4) Class Action status requests.
Sixty-seven (67) defendants.
Five (5) companies notified as will be added as defendants unless prompt settlement.
Lawsuits have been filed in the United States District Courts in Southern Florida (16), Washington DC (1), Washington State (1), Nevada (1) and Delaware (1).

Title III authorizes lawsuits in United States District Courts against companies and individuals who are using a certified claim or non-certified claim where the owner of the certified claim or non-certified claim has not received compensation from the Republic of Cuba or from a third-party who is using (“trafficking”) the asset.

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