Anastasia Dergacheva counsels diverse clients on a variety of matters relating to intellectual property, regulatory, and antitrust matters. A native Russian, Anastasia is fluent in English. Her practice centers on the entertainment, manufacturing, and technology industries. Anastasia is vice chair of the Pro Bono Committee for the Moscow office. Their activities involve providing employment and corporate advice and counsel to a range of NGOs.
Advising the Russian unit of a Japanese multinational technology and media conglomerate, on the production and distribution of feature-length films.
Advising major American and European cable channels on various regulatory and contractual matters relating to the distribution of their channels in Russia.
Advising a Finnish power major on its over €2.7 billion acquisition of a controlling stake in a Russian energy company.
Advising one of Germany’s major cement manufacturers and a fully owned subsidiary of an Italian cement manufacturer, on the acquisition of a 100% interest in a Russian manufacturer of building materials owned by a French global company for a cash consideration of €104 million.
Advising Alstom of France, the world’s largest train maker, on its strategic joint venture with Transmashholding (TMH), Russia’s largest producer of locomotives and rail cars. Alstom acquired a 25% stake in TMH.
Advising a consortium including the Russian investment fund and international investment funds in acquiring a strategic minority stake in Enel OGK-5, a prominent Russian power generation company, for over $600 million.
Advising international pharmaceutical companies on distribution of their products in Russia.
Advising Textura® Corporation (NYSE: TXTR), a provider of technology solutions for the construction industry, on its acquisition of the Russian business of Latista, which develops and sells mobile-enabled software for construction projects.
Advising Hearst Shkulev Media on purchase of the E1 portal from Vimpelcom and a controlling interest in a company that owns NGS, the largest regional portal in Russia.
Moscow State University, Russia, 2007, JD equivalent