Oleg Egorov advises international and Russian clients on a range of domestic and cross-border merger, acquisition, disposition, and joint venture transactions, as well as corporate restructurings, corporate governance, and merger control matters. Oleg has experience in advising clients across multiple industries, including technology, media, telecommunications, and energy. Before joining Morgan Lewis, he worked in the Moscow offices of US- and German-based international law firms. A native Russian speaker, Oleg is fluent in English, with a working knowledge of German.
A global media and entertainment company on the divestiture of certain digital media business in Russia to its longstanding partner through the sale of participation interests in several Russian limited liability companies.
A travel technology company in a joint venture transaction with a Russian system integrator.
An entertainment subsidiary of a multinational technology and media conglomerate on the restructuring of its Russian television business and the sale of an 80% equity stake to a Russian partner to comply with a Russian law capping non-Russian ownership of media companies at 20%.
A major European cement producer on its tender offer to minority shareholders in its majority-owned Russian cement plant in the Urals region and the subsequent successful squeeze-out of minority shareholders and corporate reorganization of its Russian business.
A non-Russian government public financial institution in a joint venture arrangement with certain Russian development institutions to facilitate and support investment by non-Russian companies in projects in various Russian regions.
A Canadian public company on the Russian law aspects of the sale of its completion tools business (with operations in Russia, Norway, the United States, and Canada) to certain subsidiaries of another Canadian company.
A Canadian public company on the sale of its Russian pressure-pumping business to a subsidiary of a Russian oil giant.
One of the largest private transportation and logistics holding companies in Russia that specializes in port logistics comprising marine terminals (grain, containers and port services) and other assets in a transaction to buy a significant interest in a leading container terminal operator serving Russian cargo flows whose main business is container handling. The target company’s global depositary receipts are listed and traded on the LSE Main Market.
Yandex in a transaction with Uber to combine their ridesharing businesses in Russia, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, and Georgia in a new company.
The corporate investment arm of one of Russia’s largest state-owned banks in its acquisition of a 20% stake in the holding company of a provider of complex solutions for the oil and gas industry in Russia and neighboring countries, including negotiating a shareholder agreement with the beneficial owners of the group, Russian law–governed option agreements, and pledges related to the beneficial owners’ interest in the associated companies.
A global recreational and commercial marine electronics company on the Russian law aspects of the acquisition of a marine navigation business from the subsidiary of a global aviation company.
One of the largest classified marketplaces in Russia on the sale of a minority stake to a private equity fund.
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.
A US holding company in the fashion industry on the buyout of minority stakes in its Russian subsidiaries.
Moscow State Institute of International Relations, 2011, LL.B.
Moscow State Institute of International Relations, 2013, LL.M.