Noric excels in helping clients integrate legal, business, design and technology strategy. Far more effectively than law applied on its own, this approach protects, documents, manages and commercialises intellectual property, innovation, content, digital assets and technology.
Since 1983 he has continuously worked as a business lawyer. Before establishing Dilanchian in 2000, he worked as a lawyer in national and medium-sized law firms and before that as in-house counsel with Angus & Robertson Publishers. He graduated in 1982 from the University of New South Wales with degrees in Arts (History Major) and Law.
Throughout his 38 years of experience as a lawyer he has been a specialist in content, contracts and intellectual property law and commercialisation. This extended from the early 1990s to information technology law and digital assets. His business law expertise is recognised in deal making and contract drafting, and product export/import and distribution. Regarding content his experience is extensive in multiple entertainment sectors (including artworks, music, events, film and TV), web services, and print and online publishing.
This niche areas are complemented by his substantial experience in business structuring, business sale and purchase transactions, human resources contracting and management, trade practices, general commercial law and dispute resolution.