Anna A. Vlasova


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Bar Admissions:

US Virgin Islands (2020)
District of Columbia (2019)
Maryland (2011)


The Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law, J.D.; Member of Executive Board of Journal of Law, Philosophy and Culture (2011)
George Mason University, B.S., magna cum laude (2008)


Business Law
Corporate and Commercial Law
Business Formation and Licensing
Banking and Finance
Real Property Law

Ms. Vlasova is a Partner at Dudley Newman Feuerzeig LLP, and is a member of the firm’s Transactional Department. Ms. Vlasova joined the firm in 2018, after 7 years with the U.S. federal government. Ms. Vlasova’s areas of practice include residential real estate, commercial development, business law, corporate law, and banking and finance.

Ms. Vlasova helps clients solve complex and challenging legal problems and represents a broad spectrum of companies and individuals in the U.S. Virgin Islands. Ms. Vlasova has successfully represented timeshare developers in negotiations with the Office of the Lt. Governor on property tax issues; has guided clients through licensing and permitting processes; and has experience with business formation, mergers, and dissolutions.

Ms. Vlasova represents local banks and lenders on residential real estate and commercial loans. Ms. Vlasova also represents individual buyers and sellers in real estate transactions in the Virgin Islands.

Prior to joining Dudley Newman Feuerzeig LLP, Ms. Vlasova served as an Assistant U.S. Attorney at the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of the Virgin Islands on St. Thomas, where she represented the United States in criminal cases that involved fraud, conspiracy, violent crimes, narcotics, and firearm offenses before the District Court of the Virgin Islands and the Third Circuit Court of Appeals. Representative cases include:

United States of America v. Alleyne, 772 Fed.Appx. 21 (3rd Cir. May 8, 2019) – successfully prosecuted to a guilty verdict at trial and argued on appeal, resulting in a conviction involving multiple counts of wire fraud, theft of government money, and false statements to the government.

United States of America v. Ayala, 917 F.3d 752 (3rd Cir. March 6, 2019) – successfully prosecuted to a guilty verdict, which was affirmed on appeal, resulting in a conviction involving Hobbs Act robbery, conspiracy to commit Hobbs Act robbery, brandishing a firearm during commission of crime of violence, and first-degree robbery.

Before moving to the U.S. Virgin Islands in 2016, Ms. Vlasova was an Associate General Counsel at the U.S. Department of the Interior, Office of Inspector General in Washington, D.C., where she handled complex legal matters associated with audits, evaluations, and investigations involving fraud against the federal government. In addition, Ms. Vlasova served as a Special Assistant U.S. Attorney at the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of Virginia, where she represented the United States in cases that involved wire fraud, aggravated identity theft, health care fraud, and bulk cash smuggling.

Ms. Vlasova received a Certificate of Recognition from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security for her contributions to a multi-agency criminal investigation of a significant threat to sensitive U.S. Government and private sector IT systems.

Ms. Vlasova is licensed to practice law in the U.S. Virgin Islands and is active in the legal community as a member of the Virgin Islands Bar Association. Ms. Vlasova is also licensed to practice law in Maryland and the District of Columbia.

“The Hatch Act and the World of Social Media,” American Bar Association, 101 Practice Series (2013).