Dr. Stefan Schohe
Stefan Schohe joined the profession in 1992, having graduated with a Diploma in physics following studies at the University of Karlsruhe and Cambridge University, and obtained a PhD in theoretical and computational physics from the University of Würzburg. Apart from prosecution of intellectual property rights for German and foreign clients, a main part of his work is litigation, especially pre-litigation advice, representation of clients in court, and coordinating international patent litigation. He also takes a keen interest in alternative dispute resolution and is a trained mediator (CVM). His main technical fields are information technology, medical devices, lighting technology, and physical measurement technology. Stefan Schohe authored several articles in learned publications, especially in the field of computer-implemented inventions, and regularly talks and teaches on issues of intellectual property. He is co-editor of the intellectual property journal Mitteilungen der deutschen Patentanwälte, chair of the High Technology Committee of LESI, chair of the IT Committee of LES Germany, and member of the Committee on the Protection of Computer Software of the German Chamber of Patent Attorneys. JUVE Handbuch 2017/2018, a survey of business law firms, names him as a frequently recommended patent attorney.