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Harley S. Tropin on what he wish he knew when starting his firm

Harley S. Tropin and his partners left the big firm nest at a relatively early age, founding their own Miami-based law firm. But in Miami, that type of entrepreneurship is rewarded.

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Harley S. Tropin and his partners left the big firm nest at a relatively early age, founding their own Miami-Based law firm.

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Judge Considering Lawsuit Against Carnival Cruise

Two Cuban Americans are suing the cruise line for initially saying it was adhering to Cuban policy which forbids nationals to return to the island via sea.

Lawyers for Cuban-Americans Not Ready to Drop Discrimination Suit Against Carnival

Carnival on Friday announced that the Cuban government is allowing Cuban-born travelers to join the company’s historic cruise to the island next month.

Historic Cuba cruise can sail with Cuban-born passengers, Carnival says

The first cruise from the U.S. to Cuba in more than 50 years will sail as planned May 1 after Carnival Corp. reached an agreement with Cuba that allows Cuban-born people to make the trips.

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Cubanos celebran en Miami “victoria” contra discriminación en Cuba

Los cubanos en Miami celebraron este viernes que el gobierno castrista desistiera de su política de no permitir que los nacidos en Cuba y nacionalizados como estadounidenses pudieran entrar a la isla por mar.

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Interview with Javier Lopez re: Carnival Lawsuit on Friday, April 22, 2016

Interview with Javier Lopez re: Carnival Lawsuit on Friday, April 22, 2016.

Cuban exiles to judge: Don’t let Carnival discriminate

Two Cuban-American men are asking a Miami federal judge to guarantee that they and other Cuban exiles will not suffer discrimination on upcoming Carnival Corp. cruises to Cuba.

Cuban exiles to judge: Don’t let Carnival discriminate

Two Cuban-American men are asking a Miami federal judge to guarantee that they and other Cuban exiles will not suffer discrimination on upcoming Carnival Corp. cruises to Cuba.

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Attorneys speak out on Carnival, Cuba controversy in court

A cruise controversy is now docking in court after hundreds of passengers upset at a policy they call discriminatory are filing a lawsuit.

Cuban exiles to judge: Don’t let Carnival discriminate

Two Cuban-American men are asking a Miami federal judge to guarantee that they and other Cuban exiles will not suffer discrimination on upcoming Carnival Corp. cruises to Cuba. Carnival reversed course this week and announced it will allow Cuban-born people to book passage on its trips to Cuba. Previously, Carnival had said it was barring Cuban-born people from buying tickets for the Cuba cruises scheduled to begin May 1 because the Havana government prohibits Cuban nationals from departing or entering the island by sea.

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Cubanoamericanos podrán viajar en crucero a Cuba

Cubanoamericanos podrán viajar en crucero a Cuba.