Mr Stein van Thiel > Evers Soerjatin > Amsterdam, Netherlands > Lawyer Profile

Evers Soerjatin




Stein is one of the founding partners of the firm. He litigates in corporate and commercial law. Stein frequently acts in inquiry proceedings (before the Enterprise Chamber) and other type of proceedings related to shareholder disputes. He also acts in matters regarding the liability of directors and supervisory directors, for instance in (impending) insolvency situations, including distressed debt related situations. Stein is furthermore very experienced in post-closing disputes and he frequently advises on corporate governance of (listed) companies.

Prior to the launch of Evers Soerjatin, Stein was a lawyer at Loyens & Loeff (until 2014) and a partner at De Breij Evers Boon (until 2018). Stein publishes frequently in the leading corporate law journal JOR. Stein is also a law teacher, inter alia for Legal Planet. Besides, Stein is occasionally appointed by the Enterprise Chamber as independent investigator or trustee of shares.


Dutch, English, French, German


International Bar Association (IBA)
Association Internationale des Jeunes Avocats (AIJA)
Corporate Litigation Association (VCL)


German language, Goethe Institute (Freiburg) (1995)
French language, Institut de Touraine (Tours) (1996)
Dutch law, University of Utrecht (1996)
Law tripos. Queens’ College (Cambridge) (2001)
Post doc Enterprise and Liability, Grotius Academy (2009)

Lawyer Rankings

Netherlands > Dispute resolution: Commercial litigation

Boutique litigation firm Evers Soerjatin stands out for its strength in corporate disputes, handling high-stakes litigation for a wide variety of clients. The team frequently appears before the Enterprise Chamber, with both practice heads Marcel Evers and Stein van Thiel appointed as investigators, mediators or administrators of shares. Evers is active in corporate and commercial disputes, while van Thiel focuses on shareholder disputes, director’s liability cases, and complex post-closing litigation. Corporate litigator Jonas Verheul and collective actions specialist Jessica de Rooij are names to note, along with Ellen Soerjatin, who brings her corporate governance expertise to bear in litigation.