“Depending on who comes out of the woodwork to file a claim it, could significantly affect U.S. industry,” James Williams, president of Engage Cuba, told Bloomberg Law. Engage Cuba, which represents companies working to end restrictions against Cuba, strongly opposes the move that would tighten the embargo by making it harder to conduct business in Cuba. The move could allow lawsuits against persons and corporations doing business in Cuba that had no connection to the original expropriation of property, Williams said. “It’s not a done deal. Hopefully cooler heads will prevail."