The-An Hoang-Nguyen is an associate in Newmeyer Dillion’s Newport Beach office. With extensive experience working with a diverse set of clients, The-An thrives in a collegial, yet fast-paced environment, where she is able to contribute ideas and strategies to assist clients in their endeavors. She focuses her practice advocating for clients in employment, real estate and construction, and general business dispute matters.
With a focus on her clients’ well-being, The-An emphasizes a collaborative approach to client service to understand their issue to strengthen the firm’s strategy. She has had extensive experience helping clients from varying backgrounds ranging from large corporation and developers, to young entrepreneurs and low-income families. Her ability to adapt to different situations allows her to build rapport with people from all backgrounds. This approach aids her practice in law with all parties to achieve the best results for her clients.
The-An helps counsel employers on a variety of matters, including wage and hour issues, employee benefits, Cal/OSHA compliance, COVID-19-related legal insights and procedures, and general employment issues. She also represents employers in litigation concerning discrimination, harassment, retaliation, wrongful termination, wage and hour disputes, unfair competition and misappropriation of trade secrets, and employee misclassifications.
She also represents real estate developers in matters concerning construction defect claims, insurance coverage, contract disputes, representative homeowner association actions, and other general business disputes. She also works with entities in general business litigation matters such as contract disputes, real estate disputes, and fraud.
The-An is passionate about offering a helping hand, both at the firm and in the community. In law school, she served on the boards of the Asian Pacific American Law Student Association, as well as the Entertainment Law Society.
Awards & Recognition
- Pro Bono Graduation Honors, UC Irvine Law
- California, 2018
- U.S. District Court, Central District of California
- University of California, Irvine School of Law (J.D., 2018)
- University of California, Los Angeles (B.A., 2012)