is the founding
partner of the firm of Do Phu & Anh Tuan. Mr. Nguyen has devoted
most of his time trying jury cases since 1997. His experiences
in trial work involve both criminal defense and civil
litigation. Mr. Nguyen has tried cases extending from
misdemeanor to murder cases, as well as complex business
litigation. He was the lead counsel in VNI v. Microsoft, Adobe
vs. Softnet, Universal Pictures vs. Pham et. al., Stafford v.
Country Harvest Buffet and hundreds of other cases. Mr. Nguyen
is fluent in Vietnamese. As a criminal defense attorney, Mr. Nguyen is knowledgeable in immigration issues that relate to non - citizen defendant.
* Received commission in 1989 as US Army Officer ( ROTC).
* Served with the 40th Mech Inf, California National Guard ( 1985-1989)
* Served with the 311th Expiditionary Sust., Los Angeles, CA ( 2007-2008)
is a managing partner for Do Phu & Anh Tuan, A Professional
Corporation. He is responsible for personal injury and civil
litigation. Mr. Nguyen has more than five years of experience as
the lead investigator for copyright infringements for Asia
Entertainment. Prior to joining the firm, Tuan Anh Nguyen worked
as a personal injury claim negotiator for more than six years.
Mr. Nguyen was an officer, First Lieutenant in the U.S. Army,
Armored Division. He and Mr. Phu Do Nguyen have graduated from
California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, attended the
same military school and received their commission as officers
Ms. Nguyen attended the University of the Pacific in
Stockton, California, where she obtained her B.A. degree in
Psychology and a minor degree in Business Administration. After
college, Ms. Nguyen continued her education and pursued a career
in Law. Ms. Nguyen attended the McGeorge School of Law in
Sacramento, California, where she obtained her Juris Doctor
degree in 2005.
Mr. Sterling attended Seaver College at Pepperdine University in Malibu, California where he obtained a B.A. degree in Political Science in 2003. After completing his university studies, Mr. Sterling went on to continue his academic career at Western State University School of Law where he obtained his Juris Doctor degree in 2007, becoming a third-generation lawyer in his family. Mr. Sterling is also a youth pastor at his family church where he shepherds and leads children from kindergarten to high school, organizing activities and trips as well as preaching and teaching. An active servant of his community, Mr. Sterling also volunteers as a Judge for a diversionary Youth Court program in San Diego County.