The COVID-19 health crisis has highlighted just how vital Personal Protective Equipment (“PPE”) is for healthcare workers and citizens during a pandemic. Due to skyrocketing demand in recent months, shortages of PPE have led to a mini-boom industry for suppliers and buyers alike. Despite the growth in this sector, PPE commercial transactions do involve significant risk and, consequently, many complex legal issues need to be directly addressed in a PPE contract.
Given the increase in PPE transactions, and the associated legal exposure involved for the contracting parties, it is extremely important to retain attorneys who have experience in guiding clients through the various stages of drafting and negotiation of PPE contracts.
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