JUVE Patent

Philipp Schröler


Georg-Glock-Straße 4
40474 Düsseldorf
phone_icon Created with Sketch. +49 211 60055-379
envelope_icon Created with Sketch. p.schroeler@heuking.de


Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Biotechnology, Medical Devices

About Philipp Schröler

Member of the patent law team at HEUKING

Location: Düsseldorf (Germany)

Languages: German, English

Philipp is a patent litigator with more than 10 years of professional experience as a lawyer in the field of intellectual property law. He mainly represents clients in the areas of patent and utility model law. Before becoming a member of Heuking’s patent team, he had gained several years of experience in IP and patent litigation at the international law firms Noerr and Simmons & Simmons.

Philipp advises clients from a wide range of technology sectors, with a focus on mechanical engineering, electronics and pharmaceuticals. He has particular expertise in the field of biosimilar patent litigation as well as in the enforcement of patents by way of preliminary measures. His work also includes cross-border matters and co-operations with patent experts from other jurisdictions.

In 2019 he was awarded the title Certified Specialist Lawyer in Intellectual Property Law (Fachanwalt für gewerblichen Rechtsschutz) from the Bar Association of Düsseldorf. Philipp is the author of numerous national and international publications in the field of intellectual property law. His latest publication deals with the patent law aspects in a handbook on artificial intelligence.

Member of

  • WSG (World Service Group)
  • GRUR (German Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property)
  • VPP (Association of Intellectual Property Experts)
  • Digitale Stadt Düsseldorf e.V.


Philipp was admitted to the bar in 2011 and joined Heuking Kühn Lüer Wojtek in October 2018. Before joining Heuking in 2018, he worked as a lawyer in the Düsseldorf offices of Simmons & Simmons (2016-09/2018) and Noerr (2011-2016)

He completed his legal clerkship at the Regional Court of Münster, and his law studies at the University of Münster (2002-2007) with a focus on intellectual property law.