K. Maxwell Nuyen
K. Maxwell Nuyen is an attorney in the Immigration and Litigation Section of King & Ballow. Mr. Nuyen received his law degree from Boston College and his undergraduate degree from the University of California at Berkeley, where he graduated with honors. Mr. Nuyen formerly served as Captain in the Marine Corps as a judge advocate. He was based at Camp Pendleton, California. As a trial lawyer, he defended over 100 Marines and sailors in numerous court-martials. He was awarded the Navy-Marine Corps Achievement Medal for the superior performance of his duties. He was also awarded the Navy Commendation Medal, one of the highest non-combat personal award available to a Naval officer of his rank, for his outstanding contributions to the Marine Corps legal community.
Max is a writer for King & Ballow's Employment Law Comment, as well as for King & Ballow's employment law blog, Keeping You Posted.
Mr. Nuyen’s practice focuses on employment litigation and immigration matters. He is admitted to practice in California.
Read Max Nuyen's most recent article, Arbitration Clauses in Employee Manuals May Not be Binding on Keeping You Posted.