Cuba Sanctions Resources for Export Controls

A 'Modest Proposal' for Cuba: OFAC, BIS and State Department Implement President’s New Cuba Policy
Ed Krauland, Brian Egan, Keith Huffman, Meredith Rathbone, Jack Hayes, Anthony Rapa, and Peter Jeydel
November 15, 2017
Further Loosening of Cuba Embargo Aims to Solidify Normalization of Relations
Edward Krauland, Meredith Rathbone, Jack Hayes, Peter Jeydel
October 26, 2016
Partial Opening of US Financial System to Cuba and Easing of Other Trade Restrictions
Meredith Rathbone, Peter Jeydel, Edward Krauland, Jack Hayes, and Stephen Heifetz
March 23, 2016
Obama Administration Continues Easing of Cuba Sanctions
Meredith Rathbone, Anthony Rapa, Bibek Pandey, Jack Hayes, and Ed Krauland
October 16, 2015
Cuba’s State Sponsor of Terrorism Designation Rescinded, Senate Contemplates Lifting Travel Ban
Meredith Rathbone, John London, Edward Krauland, Jack Hayes, and Alex Baj
July 29, 2015
Cuba Sanctions: Removal from the List of State Sponsors of Terrorism and Updated FAQs
Anthony Rapa, Peter Jeydel, Jack Hayes, Meredith Rathbone, Ed Krauland
April 30, 2015
Weatherford Settlements
Integrated FCPA and Trade Controls Enforcement Actions Highlight the Importance of Integrated Compliance, Suggest Expanding SEC Enforcement Efforts
Edward J. Krauland, Lucinda A. Low, Tom Best, Jack R. Hayes
December 9, 2013
OFAC Promulgates General Licenses and Special Licenses to Authorize Certain Activities, Transactions, and Dealings in Support of the Cuban People
Jack R. Hayes, Edward J. Krauland
January 31, 2011
OFAC Authorizes the Export of Certain Personal Communications Software and Related Services to Iran, Sudan, and Cuba
Edward J. Krauland
March 11, 2010
OFAC and BIS Amend Cuba Sanctions Regulations to Ease Travel and Telecommunications Restrictions
Edward J. Krauland
September 23, 2009
President Obama Eases Restrictions on Cuban Commerce and Travel
Edward J. Krauland
April 15, 2009