Reed Smith is representing longtime client TeleTracking Technologies as the health care technology company pushes back at inquiries from the U.S. Senate over a $10.2 million contract to manage the Trump administration’s coronavirus database.

While the law firm has advised the company over several years in various litigation, recent press reports about the coronavirus database contract have thrust the firm’s representation of the client into the spotlight.

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