Anshu Pasricha is a Shareholder at Koley Jessen. Anshu has a broad, multidisciplinary practice that includes counseling strategic corporates and private equity sponsors in domestic and international mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, divestitures, and in general corporate matters, together with ’33 Act and ’34 Act compliance issues.
Anshu has executed more than 50 domestic and cross-border M&A transactions with aggregate deal value in excess of $40 billion in a wide variety of industries. Anshu has also advised clients in connection with making, restructuring, and exiting their investments in Australia, Latin America, Europe, the Middle East, and Southeast Asia. Anshu also advises on business development strategy involving emerging markets by way of joint ventures and licensing and distribution transactions, engaging hostile joint venture partners in extra-contractual negotiations, and FCPA due diligence in the context of M&A and joint venture transactions.
Prior to joining Koley Jessen, Anshu was an associate with Sullivan & Cromwell LLP in New York and Melbourne, Australia, and Senior Associate with White & Case LLP in New York.
During law school, Anshu served as a Judicial Intern to Senior Judge Donald C. Pogue of the United States Court of International Trade in New York.
Anshu has written for Financier Worldwide, Today’s General Counsel, Corporate Live Wire, and other publications, focusing on issues in mergers & acquisitions, foreign direct investment, and other corporate transactions. He speaks regularly at conferences and with clients’ corporate development personnel on topics related to mergers & acquisitions and joint ventures.