Pascal Scherz holds a double master’s degree in Energy & Electrical Engineering and Sustainable Energy Systems from the Technical University of Stuttgart and Chalmers University of Technology with a focus on electrical power engineering. His technical competence is wide-ranging, due to the versatility of his energy technology studies.
In addition to classical electrical engineering, areas such as artificial intelligence, computer-implemented inventions, high-frequency technology, battery technology and mobile communications technology are among his areas of competence. Other notable areas of activity are in the areas of integrated circuits, semiconductor and laser technology, integrated electronic components, opto-electronics and sensors, information and communication technology, and telecommunications.
In addition to his work in patent prosecution for small and medium-sized enterprises at the various German and European patent and trademark offices, Pascal Scherz also represents clients in opposition and appeal proceedings, in revocation proceedings at the Federal Patent Court and the Federal Court of Justice, and in patent infringement proceedings. Furthermore, employee invention law disputes are one of Pascal Scherz’s areas of responsibility.
Pascal Scherz speaks German, English and Spanish.
- Patent Attorney
- European Patent Attorney
- European Patent Litigator
Since 2020Patent Professional at Sonnenberg Harrison
2015-2020Project engineer in production planning, product development and prototype construction at the BMW Group with regular stays abroad in the USA and China.
2013-2015Participation in the BMW Group's Fastlane Scholarship Program with a 6-month stay abroad in Beijing, China
2009-2015Studied mechanical engineering with focus on production systems and fiber composite technology at the Technical University of Munich, graduating with an M.Sc. (TUM)
2005-2007Stay abroad and US high school graduation at the Christ Church Episcopal School, Greenville (SC), USA