Secure legal rights to support your business
with David Chin, Contracts and IP Lawyer
TRUSTED BY INDUSTRY
10+ years of experience in private practice and blue chip organisations
Top Tier Experience
Benefit from 15+ years of experience at a top-tier law firm and blue chip organisations, working with global companies, national icons, growing SMEs and start-ups.
Take advantage of advice and assistance on your contracts and IP rights that are focused on practical outcomes, aligned with your business goals.
Low overheads and a flexible, efficient and collaborative approach means your financial investment is geared towards value and expert opinion.
MEET DAVID CHIN
David Chin is a Commercial and IP Lawyer with a specialty in securing, managing, commercialising and enforcing IP.
Having experience in industry and working with a diverse range of clients, David understands the value of providing you with commercially astute advice and legal assistance, and adopting a flexible approach to suit your style and needs.
David's passion as a lawyer stems from always learning from his work, clients, colleagues and peers.
David obtained a Bachelor of Laws (Honours) and Bachelor of Science (Honours) from Monash University in 2003. David majored in pharmacology and his honours research at Monash Medical Centre focused on uterine fibroids.
David obtained a Master of Laws from The University of Melbourne in 2010, focusing on Patent Law, Patent Practice, Interpretation & Validity of Patent Specifications, Trade Mark Law, Trade Mark Practice, Designs Law, International Issues in Intellectual Property, and Licensing Law and Technology Transfer.
PRIVATE PRACTICE, INDUSTRY PERSPECTIVE
David's private practice experience began at a top tier law firm, Blake Dawson, now Ashurst (2005-2011). David was also a Principal of national IP specialist firm Wrays (2014-2016).
David's industry experience includes general commercial law at Australian Pharmaceutical Industries, known for its Priceline franchises (2007-2008), research and commercialisation at The University of Melbourne (2011-2014) and general commercial law at Penguin Random House.
David has worked with global companies and large Australian organisations, through to Australian start-ups and individual designers/inventors.
David’s experience spans across a broad range of clients and industries, including:
inventors and established technology organisations in life sciences, IT, engineering and physical sciences
start-ups eg, P2P, fintech, medtech, retail tech, social tech and 3D printing
manufacturers and suppliers of fast-moving consumer goods
designers and design consultants eg, industrial design, graphic design, interior design and architects
creative consultants eg, creative, brand and PR agencies
Received a contract for goods, services or funding? Let David help you understand your obligations and risk exposure, and negotiate terms aligned with your expectations.
Want contracts to reflect your relationship with customers, suppliers, partners or investors? Let David equip you with agreements tailored to your requirements.
Startup Setup & Advice
Turning your idea into a business? Let David advise on strategy and set you up with contracts you need between shareholders/founders, partners, suppliers and customers.
Secure & Commercialise IP Rights
Got an idea for a product, service or brand that you would like to protect and commercialise? Let David help you understand your options in Australia and overseas, taking into account your budget and commercial goals.
Spotted a competitor copying your idea? Let David help you understand your legal position and options, and take action in line with your commercial goals.
Wanting to minimise the risk of infringing IP rights? Let David help you clear the way by testing the scope of protection and exploring options to further your commercial goals.
A focus on value drives the need to reduce internal overheads and adopt an efficient, flexible and collaborative approach with legal advice and assistance.
Based on experience with similar matters, fixed-fees can be quoted for almost all scope of work.
A focus on low overheads means your business is not subsidising expensive infrastructure and operating costs.
Rarely would your business need a 15-page legal memo. Your advice is delivered in the way that suits you best: in person, phone and/or email.
Let's discuss how your legal rights play out in the real world, taking into account your budget and commercial goals, and what makes financial sense.
David only practises in his areas of expertise so your business is not paying for training time.
Working with clients who are hands-on not only helps build relationships, a collaborative approach also drives cost-effective outcomes.