Tag Archives: Cuban

Norwegian Getaway “Rescues” Cuban Rafters

A Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) cruise ship on Sunday, September 2, 2018 stopped its cruise to the Caribbean and Mexico and deployed a lifeboat to pick up four Cuban nationals spotted “in the middle of the ocean,” according to a … Continue reading

Posted in Admiralty-Maritime Law | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Jury Clears R.J. Reynolds at Trial Over Cuban Immigrant's Cancer Death

Stock image.  Miami—R.J. Reynolds was cleared of liability Wednesday for the cancer death of a 52-year-old Florida smoker who switched to the company's cigarettes after emigrating from Cuba. Eulalia Lopez v. R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., 2008-CA-76453. Read more detail on Recent … Continue reading

Posted in Medical malpractice law | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Cuban Biomedical Science Looks To Be Recognized In World Market

Almost 40 years ago, Dr. R. Lee Clark’s visit to Cuba kick-started a small but concerted effort to become a leader in biomedical science. Today, the results-driven Cuban health science industry has grown to such an extent within Cuba that … Continue reading

Posted in Immigration law | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Royal Caribbean Intercepts Cuban Immigrants

The news today is filled with stories about a cruise ship which "rescues" rafters adrift in the Atlantic. What the news reports fail to mention is that the "rafters" were trying to get to Florida. They are probably already back … Continue reading

Posted in Admiralty-Maritime Law | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Mark Cuban Launches Bailout Watchdog Blog

Mark Cuban launched BailoutSleuth this month to “keep an eye on our taxpayer dollars and call Bullshit when necessary.” Chris Carey edits the blog, which looks promising. Recent watchdog posts include The End of Bailout Transparency Already? and More Bailout… … Continue reading

Posted in Law Librarians | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment