Newly Paved Foreign Investment Avenues in Cuba: Potholes and Pitfalls

In the context of President Obama’s December 2014 statement regarding the re-establishment of diplomatic relations between the United States and Cuba

La “Red de la Calle” or “Street Net” Helps Cuban Youth Connect

It is no surprise Cuba’s connection to the internet is highly regulated.

Former CABA leader Judge Monica Gordo relishes her new role in the Circuit Civil Division

Every three years, Miami-Dade County judicial assignments rotate, and change springs on the court administration, the bench and attorneys throughout the county

Dichos de Cuba

El que quiera su celeste que le cueste – If you want the sky, it will cost you. Success has a price: effort, time, money, dedication, etc. This dicho may sound insensitive, but it is only the truth: hard work is how to succeed. We cannot expect for all dreams to come true without playing […]

The Effect of Normalizing Relations with Cuba on Thousands of Cubans Living in the United States with Final Orders of Deportation

The December 17, 2014 announcement the U.S. would be normalizing relations with Cuba has spawned much media attention.

Newly Paved Foreign Investment Avenues in Cuba: Potholes and Pitfalls

In the context of President Obama’s December 2014 statement regarding the re-establishment of diplomatic relations between the United States and Cuba

All That Glitters is Not Gold

Oppression is defined as: (1) An act of cruelty, severity, unlawful exaction, or excessive use of authority; (2) An act of subjecting to cruel and unjust hardship; (3) An act of domination. Black’s Law Dictionary, 10th Ed. (2015).

What next for U.S.- Cuban Relations?

We, CABA members, believe that we have a right and an obligation as Cuban Americans to participate and promote a peaceful transition to democracy in Cuba.

Costillitas Trader Vic’s

I always have had a silent respect for all things ribs. Respect for the ribs themselves – never really knowing the difference between pork and beef