With the U.S. relaxing its longstanding embargo against Cuba, the island nation is suddenly the place to be. Everyone from hotel chains to fruit importers to Jimmy Buffett (really) is looking into expanding to Cuba. And when Buffett shops around Havana for a good spot for his Margaritaville restaurant chain, he can already stay in one of thousands of Airbnb rentals. This is not exactly the Cuba of Che Guevara anymore.
But doing business with Cuba isn't a free-for-all, either. While Cuba is implementing market-oriented reforms and has allowed for foreign investment, doing business on the island still involves negotiating a host of Cuban and American laws and restrictions -- with the help of a skilled attorney, of course.