Jean-Baptiste Belin > Squadra Avocats > Paris, France > Lawyer Profile

Squadra Avocats
24 rue de Prony
75017 Paris

Work Department

Intellectual Property, IT & Data




Jean-Baptiste Belin is co-head of the “Intellectual Property, Technologies & GDPR” department. Jean-Baptiste advises managers and companies in the digital economy on the design, implementation, and development of innovative technological projects. His key areas of expertise are IT contracts, digital law (e-commerce, cryptology, etc.), intellectual property (trademarks, copyright, patents, designs, and models), personal data, as well as communication and media issues.

A notable proportion of his activity is dedicated to litigation (failure of IT projects, infringement, damage to reputation, database extractions, expert appraisals, evidence collection, unfair competition, etc.) before the civil and commercial courts.

Jean-Baptiste previously worked in-house in the legal department of Atos, where he was in charge of complex IT contracts with CAC40/SBF companies (software integration, outsourcing, TMA, software licences, strategic partnerships, hosting, facilities management etc.). Thanks to his in-house experience, he offers a proactive, loyal, and pragmatic client experience.




Sciences-Po Paris Incubator (assistance to start-ups in IP/IT Law)

Sciences-Po Paris Master’s Degree in Marketing (6 hrs. per year on Data Privacy Law)

Réseau Entreprendre 92 (assistance to start-ups in IP/IT Law)

Darwin Camp (assistance to start-ups in IP/IT Law)


Master II Degree in IT and multimedia laws (Panthéon-Assas Paris II University)

Master I Degree in International Law (Panthéon-Assas Paris II University)

Lawyer Rankings

France > Dispute resolution: Commercial litigation

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Squadra Avocats is able to handle a range of disputes, covering commercial litigation, financial litigation and industrial disputes, representing SMEs as well as some larger companies and individual investors. The practice is led by Benoît Javaux, Solën Guezille, Charles Morel and Jean-Baptiste Belin.