Philipp Schiml


Location Düsseldorf
Tersteegenstraße 19-23
40474 Düsseldorf

Tel.+49 211 4155597150
Mobil+49 172 8632422

Lawyers with the same focus

Consulting focus

Criminal tax law and conflicts



  • Lawyer
  • Specialist lawyer for tax law
  • European Lawyer
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Philipp Schiml is partner at KPMG Law and an expert in tax and white-collar crime law.

As a lawyer and tax law specialist with many years of experience, he advises national and international companies, their management and private individuals in all conflict situations involving (tax) criminal law and adminstrative offence law.

This includes, in particular, the assessment of potentially criminally relevant facts as well as advice in connection with subsequent declarations and voluntary disclosures in particular in the area of tax, customs and foreign trade law.

Another focus of his work is the trustworthy and efficient defense of companies, board members, managing directors as well as private individuals against the financial, customs and law enforcement authorities in initiated criminal and administrative fine proceedings.

In addition to his consulting activities, he regularly lectures on topics related to tax criminal law and publishes articles in professional journals.


  • 2015 Specialist lawyer for tax law
  • 2011 KPMG Law Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft mbH
  • 2011 Admission to the bar
  • Publications

    Recapitulative statements according to § 18a UStG – criminal tax law aspects

    PStR, 08/2022
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