A recent change to the U.S. regulations governing the Cuban embargo has expanded the categories of Cuban-origin products that may be imported into the U.S. Additional textiles and textile articles and, for the first time, coffee, have joined the list of Cuban-origin products authorized to be imported into the U.S.
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Over the past two years, Hunton & Williams has been carefully monitoring the application of Daimler AG v. Bauman in trial and appellate courts throughout the country. To date, very few appellate decisions have analyzed the consent-based theory of general jurisdiction after Daimler. However, in the recent Brown v. Lockheed Martin Corp. opinion, the Second Circuit addressed it head on, and the opinion has important implications for companies in the retail and consumer products industry.
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On March 9, 2016, Hunton & Williams’ Global Privacy and Cybersecurity practice lawyers released a management guide on the EU General Data Protection Regulation, entitled “Overview of the EU General Data Protection Regulation,” addressing the key impacts the new law will have on businesses.
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