Dina Kravchenko is an Associate in the Corporate / M&A practice.
Dina supports projects in the corporate sphere, specializes in conducting legal audits to implement projects in the field of M&A and IPO, licensing and administrative regulation of business. Dina has extensive experience in advising on various issues in the field of healthcare, medicines’ and medical devices’ sales in Russia and the EAEU.
Dina graduated from the Faculty of Law of the Lomonosov Moscow State University.
She is a member of the International Bar Association (IBA), the International Young Lawyers Association (AIJA) and the International Community RAPS.
the leading off-price apparel and home fashions retailer in the U.S. and worldwide, on the US$225m acquisition of a 25% stake in Familia, Russian low-cost clothing retailer.
a large Chinese airline selling company, on the acquisition of minority stakes in Avia Center Group companies located in Russia and England, in order to establish long-term cooperation with Avia Center in the field of introducing modern technologies into the market for the sale of air tickets and related services in Russia and the CIS.
one of the four largest telecommunications companies in Russia, on the establishment of a joint venture with 4 federal operators-competitors, aiming at joint development and use of 5G radiofrequencies in Russia.
on the acquisition of two Russian cement producers.
for a promotion of pharmaceutical and parapharmaceutical products.
in the course of an international transaction, on the acquisition of a portfolio of medicines of one of the world's leading pharmaceutical companies, in terms of Russian assets.
in transactions on the acquisition of various assets (more than 7 transactions in the last two years), including the acquisition of the Novorossiysk Grain Terminal from Novorossiysk Commercial Sea Port.
in the process of creating a Russian company, including licensing and advertising.
for the transfer of rights to the medicinal product.
on the State regulation of software using neural networks as a medical device.