Noric Dilanchian graduated from the
Noric established the firm of Dilanchian in 2000. Testimonials attest to the quality of the firm's work.
His prior experience as a lawyer was in national and medium-sized law firms and before that with Angus & Robertson Publishers.
Expertise and Experience
Noric has had extensive experience in drafting contracts, forms and clause libraries. He excels in helping clients integrate legal, business and innovation strategy to protect, document, manage and commercialise intellectual property, technology and knowledge assets.
He has over 29 years of experience as a specialist in all fields of intellectual property law with expertise in deal making and contracting, and international experience in the product export/import and distribution, entertainment, IT, publishing and technology industries. This is complemented by his substantial experience in business structuring, business sale and purchase transactions, human resources contracting and management, trade practices, general commercial law and early stage dispute resolution.
Industries and Clients
Noric's market knowledge over a broad range of industries, combined with his multi-disciplinary approach to business and legal issues, strengthens the practicality of his advice for clients.
Clients he regularly advises are active in various industries, types of business, technology and professional services. Noric has regular client work for:
- technology and product invention, research and commercialisation;
- website, software and mobile app development;
- start-up business structuring and investment;
- management consultancy;
- IT assets evaluation, web services, etailing and other internet ventures;
- industry associations, not-for-profit organisations and trusts;
- marketing; retailing and distribution; and
- publishing, entertainment and media.
Noric has published over 75 major conference presentations, peer reviewed articles, reports and industry submissions. He is the principal author of Lightbulb, the Dilanchian IP and commercialisation blog which as at January 2012 contains over 400 substantive articles. His very active involvement as a speaker and chair of seminars, workshops, legal hypotheticals and conferences is another way in which Noric keeps up-to-date with developments internationally.
The 2009 edition of the book, Licensing Update, includes a substantive chapter by Noric. The piece is titled Current Approaches for Drafting IP Licenses.
Noric's perspective and practical focus has been shaped by serving on boards and in industry associations. He is a former president of AIMIA - the national industry association for e-commerce, internet, and interactive media developers. For most years since 2000 he has served as a member of the Business Law Committee of the Law Society of New South Wales, chairing its Intellectual Property Sub-committee.