Job specialises in corporate law, liability law and en procedural law. He also has experience with real estate law. Job advises and litigates in commercial and corporate law disputes, including shareholder disputes, liability disputes, inquiry proceedings and class action lawsuits. In that context, he represents the interests of companies, shareholders, directors and supervisory board directors.

Job received master’s degrees in law and in business economics, both with cum laude distinction. His legal thesis was awarded an IBR-thesis award and was nominated for the Molengraaff Institute for Civil Law thesis award. His business economics thesis was nominated for Tilburg University’s Best thesis award.

Previously, Job worked at an international law firm and was a clerk at the Utrecht District Court.

Their innovative and forward-thinking mindset truly sets them apart.


The lawyers have a really open-minded and entrepreneurial mindset.


Academic background

  • Tilburg University, MSc. International Management, cum laude, 2022
  • Utrecht University, LL.M. Notarial Law, cum laude, 2021
  • Utrecht University, LL.B. Law, 2018


  • Dutch Bar Association (Nederlandse Orde van Advocaten)
  • Young Bar Association (Vereniging Jonge Balie Midden-Nederland)
  • Corporate Litigation Association (Vereniging Corporate Litigation)
  • Association For Class Action Lawyers (Vereniging Voor Massaschade Advocaten)


    • Y. Pletting & J. Staal, ‘Concurrence of summary proceedings to suspend enforcement and motions to suspend enforcement’, BER 2024, vol. 1, no. 14, p. 15-21.
    • J. Staal & S.W. Holterman, ‘The almighty shareholder and the (im)possibilities of the enquiry proceedings’, Bb 2023, vol. 20, no. 55, p. 222-227.
    • J. Staal, ‘Property-bound financing through the introduction of a limited right in rem in the Dutch Civil Code similar to the German Reallast’, WPNR 2021, vol. 7331, p. 501-510.