Attorneys see the announcements from President Barack Obama and Cuban President Raul Castro about re-establishing diplomatic relations and a prisoner exchange as a positive move for business.
"We expect South Florida lawyers to be at the forefront advising clients on the implications of the expected changes," said Financial Services Practice Group Leader Joe Sirven, who arrived from Cuba when he was 4 in 1960. "Our clients across our platform, but particularly in South Florida, will want to know what the changes mean to them. Financial institutions in particular will have to review and revamp their policies and procedures to meet the expected changes.
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