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Name: Natalia Anoshka
Country: Belarus
Expertise: Pharmaceutical Law

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Professional Biography:

Natalia Anoshka’s main areas of expertise are mergers and acquisitions, antitrust and competition, intellectual property, corporate law, labour law, commercial law and real estate.

Natalia has been cooperating with the firm since 2016. She was appointed Partner and Director for Belarus in January 2017.

Throughout her legal practice she has advised a broad range of international and local clients from such industries as venture capital, intellectual property and new technologies, construction and real estate, pharmaceutical, transportation and logistics, media and automotive.

Natalia has extensive experience in leading and coordinating a wide range of projects, including acquisitions, reorganizations and restructurings. Due to her substantial experience in the pharmaceutical sphere, she is able to ensure a comprehensive support for major clients with their projects in Belarus.

Natalia has advised a leading provider of developer tools in the United Kingdom on the development of a strategy regarding the transfer of IR when acquiring software from a Belarusian company. She provided complex legal support to one of the oldest and the most famous French Cognac houses concerning the advertising of alcoholic beverages on social networks in Belarus, and legal consulting services to a well-known venture capital company regarding the acquisition of a company in Belarus, including advice regarding the transfer of rights on created intellectual property.

Natalia is engaged in cross-border deals as well as legal support on various day-to-day legal matters. Due to her unique experience, she is a member of the intellectual property, antitrust and competition practices at the firm.

Natalia manages a large portfolio of clients, such as Zoller, Metrostav, VKR, KRKA, 3T Software, Almi Invest and Retex.

She regularly participates in professional conferences as a speaker and holds legal seminars on legal issues affecting clients’ businesses (not only in Belarus).


Russian, English, Belorussian, Ukrainian.


Academy of Public Administration under the aegis of the president of the Belarus in Minsk, Republic of Belarus.

Bar Membership:

“Lawyer Certificate” of Ministry of Justice of Republic of Belarus.

Firm Overview:

In the year 2000, my partners and I launched the PETERKA & PARTNERS law firm in Prague, Czech Republic. Over time we developed an ambitious idea – to create an integrated regional law firm, which at first seemed almost impossible. However, after years of dedication and hard work, we became a strong alternative to the global legal giants and local law firms active in the CEE region through their networks or best friends.

Prague where our headquarters are located, was just the beginning. The following year (2001) we established an office in Slovakia, followed by offices in Ukraine (2006), Bulgaria (2008), Russia (2009), Poland and Romania (2010), Belarus (2012) and Hungary (2013).

We have pioneered a unique one-stop integrated approach for the provision of legal services in the CEE region which allows us to effectively represent clients within the CEE region and beyond. All of our offices are 100% subsidiaries owned by the central partnership and do not operate as a network, franchise, or joint venture. Our fully-integrated firm is based on the “one-firm” management concept and has one chain of command.

In our contemporary, interconnected world, the business activities of our clients, and consequently their needs for legal services, cross the borders of the CEE region into other EU countries, and beyond – across the entire globe. In reaction to this strong demand, we have carried out hundreds of meetings abroad and established personal contacts with leading law firms in more than 90 jurisdictions all over the world. We are proud to be able to offer our one-stop concept to clients regardless of where their current needs may be.

Our path to success was not always easy. We had to overcome many personal and professional obstacles, but we are proud that our path has been clear and transparent and that we were able to maintain complete legal and economic independence. We consider these characteristics to be fundamental requirements for an independent legal practice in general, and especially in our region. We consider the CEE region as our homeland. It is where we come from, it is where we live, and it is what we love. In all of our activities we strive to show deep respect for the history and the culture of the different countries in which we operate and to diverse perspectives and backgrounds of our team members.

Women make up more than half of our colleagues, including management positions. We value the contributions they bring to the firm, and we strongly believe that they are a source and guarantee of the stability and the sustainable development of our firm in the future.

We are proud of our past and we are determined to continue our journey forward fully aware of our responsibilities to our clients, our members, and our region. I am convinced that there are important chapters in the history of PETERKA & PARTNERS that are yet to be written.