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David A. Fallon, Esq.


  • JD: Brooklyn Law School
  • BA: University of Rochester


  • New York


  • Federal Sector Employment Law
  • Private Sector Employment Law


  • Albany NY

David A. Fallon, Esq.

Senior Associate

David focuses his practice on federal and private sector employment litigation. He also represents businesses in a wide range of matters, from simple non-competes and commercial claims, to complex federal litigation involving multi-million dollar contract disputes.

David has a strong record of success representing his clients in court before federal administrative agencies and on appeal. He understands that no two cases are exactly alike, and he works with his clients to try and achieve the best possible result based on the unique facts of their case. David litigates aggressively on behalf of his clients, while always taking the client’s own tolerance for risk into account in determining the appropriate litigation strategy.

David joined Tully Rinckey PLLC shortly after graduating from Brooklyn Law School, where he was a member of the Brooklyn Journal of Corporate, Financial & Commercial Law. As a law student, David worked as a law clerk for a well-respected employment law firm in New York City. In his spare time, he enjoys playing basketball and enjoying the outdoors with his family.

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