Foley & Mansfield
Foley & Mansfield

Anna A. Rostovtsev

Attorney - St. Louis


Bar Admissions: Illinois; U.S. District Court, Southern District of Illinois; U.S. Patent & Trademark Office

Practice Groups: Toxic Tort / Mass Tort; Intellectual Property

Education: John Marshall Law School, 2012, JD; University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2009, BS, Molecular & Cellular Biology

Memberships: American Bar Association - Section of International Law and Section of Intellectual Property Law


Anna Rostovtsev is an attorney in Foley & Mansfield’s St. Louis office, where she focuses her practice on toxic and environmental tort litigation and intellectual property.  She has previously represented national and multinational corporations in federal and state toxic tort and asbestos litigation and is also a registered patent attorney.

While in law school, Anna volunteered with the Fair Housing Clinic, representing primarily low-income Chicago residents with legal issues relating to housing discrimination.  After law school, she served as a research fellow at The John Marshall Law School, where she prepared articles for submission and publication in law review and conducted legal research on topics such as international law, climate change and technology, constitutional law, and intellectual property law and digital rights management. 

Prior to becoming an attorney, Anna interned with an independent consulting firm focusing on issues relating to domestic and international biotech and GMO regulatory compliance.  She interned as a cell culture laboratory scientist in the biopharmaceutical industry before attending law school.


May 5, 2016
Law360 Ranks Foley & Mansfield Among Top Firms for Female Attorneys

The national defense firm of Foley & Mansfield is pleased to announce it has been ranked 15th on Law360’s 2016 list of the 100 best U.S. law firms for women.



Registered patent attorney


Guest Lecturer, "Introduction to Patent and Trade Secret Law," Webster University, Post-Graduate Program - 2014


Anna volunteered for a week-long wildlife tracking/tagging project for mahogany gliders in northern Queensland, Australia


  • "Svennson v. Retriever Sverige AB," ABA Section of International Law, International Intellectual Property Rights Committee Newsletter (Spring 2014)
  • Legal research recognized in: Timothy P. O'Neill, "Harlan on My Mind: Chief Justice Roberts and the Affordable Care Act," 3 Calif. L. Rev. Circuit 170 (2012)
  • Legal research recognized in: Raizel Liebler & June Liebert, "Something Rotten in the State of Legal Citation: The Lifespan of a U.S. Supreme Court Citation Containing an Internet Link (1996-2010)," 15 Yale J.L. & T 273 (2013)