Ex-Cuban Port Owner Seeks Privileged Files From Norwegian

Law360 (January 19, 2021, 9:55 PM EST) -- A former Cuban port owner is seeking access to documents Norwegian Cruise Line claims are shielded by attorney-client privilege in a Helms-Burton Act suit alleging the cruise line trafficked in stolen property when it used the docks, urging a Florida federal court to waive the privilege.

In a motion to compel Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd.'s production of evidence, Havana Docks Corp. told the court on Friday that the Eleventh Circuit has previously held that if a party says it believes its actions were lawful — which Norwegian says it does — then the party must waive the attorney-client privilege as to...

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