Anna specialises in Russian commercial litigation and supporting bankruptcy proceedings of large trading and manufacturing companies. She has significant experience in protecting the interests of borrowers in disputes with credit institutions, as well as experience in representing clients in the Constitutional Court of the Russian Federation.
Advising the construction company Stroygazconsulting on bankruptcy proceedings and the restructuring of the group's debt to one of the creditors (a large Russian bank), which amounts ₽25 b ($415 m+) (2015-2019)
Defended the interests of a regional road construction company, Bashkirdorstroy, in a precedent-setting dispute with the Federal Antimonopoly Service of Russia (FAS) concerning the use of a concession agreement model for the construction of a toll road in the Russian Republic of Bashkortostan. The interpretation of the law on concessions proposed by the FAS would have created an insurmountable obstacle to the implementation of a huge number of infrastructure projects under the PPP model in Russia. Amount of contract: ₽20 b ($330 m+) (2017)
Representing a major Russian producer of technical gases in several potentially precedent-setting disputes on applying a ‘take-or-pay’ covenant under Russian law as part of a project for the construction of a large oxygen station. Amount claimed: ₽542 m ($8.3 m+) (2018-present)