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 Scales of Justice


Attorney Fallon regularly represents employees and applicants for employment of private sector employers (i.e., non-government) in a wide range of matters, including claims of retaliation, discrimination, unlawful harassment, wrongful termination, claims of disparate pay, litigating claims under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), litigating claims involving restrictive covenants, and negotiating compensation, severance, and benefits packages for employees and high-level executives.   David has substantial experience practicing before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the New York State Division of Human Rights (DHR), and litigating employment claims in Federal District Court.  David has forged a reputation as knowledgeable, sharp, and aggressive litigator who is able to achieve results.  David also recognizes that no two cases and no two clients are identical.  David works to craft a unique litigation strategy in every case that appropriately takes into account the strength of the case, the goals sought, and the client's tolerance for risk.


The employment rights of federal employees are vastly different from the rights of employees in the private sector, and you should retain an attorney who is familiar with those differences so that your interests can be aggressively protected.  If you are a federal employee and have been discriminated against, retaliated against, or are facing possible disciplinary action, we can help.  Attorney Fallon has successfully represented hundreds of federal employees  in cases ranging from disciplinary replies, appeals to the Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB), discrimination complaints before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), reprisal and disclosure complaints to the Office of Special Counsel (OSC), and disciplinary hearings before the Department of Veterans Affairs Disciplinary Appeals Board (DAB). David also represents and counsels federal employees through command directed investigations (CDIs) and other federal workplace investigations involving allegations of on-duty and off-duty misconduct.  Many times, a knowledgeable and appropriately aggressive attorney can navigate an effective resolution before a particular situation becomes untenable.  Where appropriate, David will not hesitate to litigate a case through a hearing or trial.  David has served as lead counsel on a number of cases that have resulted in six figure recoveries for his federal employment clients following hearing or through a negotiated resolution.  He has also prevailed against the federal government in a landmark military discrimination case before the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.

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