Deborah Fallik Maymard - Redlink avocats

Deborah Fallik Maymard


Attorney at the Paris Bar (2005).

After practicing social protection law at Fromont Briens law Firm, Deborah Fallik Maymard joined Redlink, where she has been working since 2008 in labor law.

She works as a partner alongside SMEs, medium-sized companies and subsidiaries of Anglo-Saxon groups to assist them on a day-to-day basis in the management of individual and collective aspects of labor law (hiring, individual negotiation, labor relations with unions and staff representatives).

Notably, she has developed a particular know-how in collective bargaining and labor negotiations (in particular concerning working time issues), corporate reorganizations and the implementation of a system of complementary remuneration such as employee savings plans (participation, profit sharing, PEE).

Her daily support of human resources actors also allows her to assist both in counseling and litigation.

  • Contact


    Address :
    41 rue des Acacias
    75017 Paris

    Tel : +33 (0)1 73 31 00 00

    Mail :

  • Practices


    • Collective bargaining
    • Litigation
    • Corporate reorganizations
    • Implementation of complementary remuneration system
  • Trainings


    • Diploma of Corporate Counsel (D.J.C.E)
    • Master II in Business Law and Business Business Law mention
  • Publications


    • “Laisons sociales” of October 25, 2018 – “Anonymous Testimonies and rights of defense of the employee: the point with Déborah Fallik lawyer”, statement collected by Sandra Laporte
    • Practical guide 2018: I give in, I buy a brokerage portfolio »- APRIL – September 2018
    • “La lettre des juristes d’affaires”- August 27, 2018 – “Labour doctor and tendentious certificates: the employer can file a complaint before the Council of the College of Physicians”
    • – August 1, 2018 – “Training, unemployment, apprenticeship: the 10 major changes in the” professional future “law – remarks collected by Marion Perroud
    • Le monde du droit – July 3, 2018 “The impact of the RGPD in labor law”