As the coronavirus crisis escalates, the two biggest medical needs in the U.S. at present are ventilators and N95 masks. Over the last week, attorneys at Hogan Lovells working pro bono have played a role in increasing the availability of both.

A team of 20 partners, working around the clock, helped guide longstanding client Ford Motor Co., in a collaboration with GE Healthcare, to produce 50,000 ventilators in 100 days. Another team, split between the U.S. and China, helped negotiate a complex set of approvals to allow New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft to deploy the team’s 767 to pick up 1.7 million masks from the city of Shenzen and bring them to Boston.

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