Hogan Lovells helps Nets owner donate ventilators to hospitals

Hogan Lovells represented the Joe and Clara Tsai Foundation in meeting the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's requirements to import ventilators and personal protective equipment and then donate them across New York, New Jersey, California, and Michigan.

According to the firm, the foundation donated thousands of ventilators and millions of units of PPE, including surgical masks, goggles, face shields, and gloves to hospital systems in those states.

Hogan Lovells attorneys have worked with local nonprofits to coordinate the donation and distribution of the shipments. The team is led by Denver-based partner Jodi Scott, who is a member of the medical device and technology regulatory practice. Others on the project included international trade and investment partner Chandri Navarro, corporate partner Matthew Eisler, and associate Wil Henderson and law clerk Sandra McCarthy.

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