• Barthelemy Jean-Emmanuel

    Mons (Belgium)

Intellectual property

Patent law

Original technical inventions that have an industrial application are patentable. An invention may relate to a product, a process or an apparatus. Discoveries, scientific theories, mathematical methods and designs are not patentable. An invention must satisfy the criteria of novelty, there must be an inventive step and the invention must be capable of industrial application.

One of DBB’s partners lectures in patent law for the Polytechnic faculty ofMons-UCLUniversity. DBB assists clients in matters relating to National, European and International patents.