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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 sector and private sector employment litigation.

David joined Tully Rinckey after completing a fellowship with the National Employment Law Project. He earned his juris doctorate from Brooklyn Law School, where he was a member of the Brooklyn Journal of Corporate, Financial & Commercial Law. David has extensive experience practicing before federal administrative agencies and has successfully argued before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, where he obtained the reversal of a decision of the Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB) in a case involving discrimination against a former service member.

As a law student, David worked as a law clerk for a well-respected employment law firm in New York City. He also interned with MFY Legal Services in their Workplace Justice Project, where he argued in administrative hearings before the New York State Department of Labor and the New York State Department of State. David received his undergraduate degree from the University of Rochester, where he majored in political science and minored in music. David now lives in Colonie, N.Y. with his wife and their dog, Landry.

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