Mr Hoff specialises in corporate & securities litigation and has been closely involved in large and complex lawsuits. He has practised law for over 30 years. He is permanent advisor to a number of financial institutions and high net-worth individuals (and their businesses). He is a recognised troubleshooter when it comes to complex disputes and disputes that get media attention. For an extensive track record, see www.hoffadvocaten.nl/praktijk/track-record.
Mr Hoff studied business law at Leiden University. Started as in-house lawyer at ABN Amro Bank. From 1990, lawyer at Loeff Claeys Verbeke, at which he became a partner in 1996. Worked in Singapore and Indonesia for three years (1997-1999). In his role as consultant for the IMF and the World Bank, he was closely involved in the modernisation of Indonesia’s bankruptcy laws. Subsequently a partner at Loyens & Loeff and Spigthoff (2000-2012). In 2012, Mr Hoff started his own litigation boutique in Haarlem, Hoff Advocaten. In March 2011, he obtained his law doctorate at the Radboud University in Nijmegen with the doctoral thesis ‘Disclosure of material information’. He is a member of the JHB group’s advisory board and a former member of the supervisory boards of SBS (broadcaster) and NRC Media (newspaper).