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Cortney focuses her practice on the production, sourcing and movement of goods, services and technology across international borders. She advises foreign and domestic companies on all aspects of international trade, including regulatory compliance, supply chain efficiencies, investigations and enforcement. She stays current on world events as relationships shift among countries, in order to take a proactive approach to minimizing disruption in clients’ supply chains.

ecological power plantAs noted in our March 24, 2016 client alert discussing possible opportunities under Cuba’s 2030 renewable energy plan (and published by Windpower Engineering & Development’s website here), new rules by the U.S. Commerce Department’s Bureau of Industry & Security (BIS) and the U.S. Department of Treasury Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) permit U.S. companies to travel to Cuba without a license to perform market research, conduct marketing efforts and perform preliminary contract negotiations.

Now, scheduled flights to Cuba resume after more than 50 years, allowing interested U.S. businesses to begin networking and establishing relationships in Cuba while they wait for the licensing program and portfolio projects to take shape.
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