Clarification of advice to the Venezuelan State

The potential contract is intended to exclusively serve sanctions until the end of 2019. Lupicinio International Law Firm announces its framework agreement with the Attorney General of Venezuela Office, the equivalent to the State Attorney General’s Office in Spain. The contract is schedules to exclusively serve international sanctions to the Venezuelan State until the end […]

We join the Advisory Council of the IOC

Our Executive Chairman Lupicinio Rodríguez and Of Counsel Sergio Salcines have joined the Advisory Council of the Institute of Compliance Officers (IOC). This is a non-profit association that brings together professionals of regulatory compliance and promotes the figure of the compliance officer as a key function of good corporate governance, among other functions. The Board […]

The ghost threat of Title III of Helms-Burton

This article was originally published in Spanish in the economic leading newspaper Expansión.    On the 16th of January, senior officials for the Trump Administration announced the suspension of Title III of the Cuban Liberty and Democratic Solidarity Law for 45 days-instead of the usual 6 months. This law came into effect on the 1st […]