Richard Malka (born 6 June 1968) is a French lawyer and comics writer, comics writer and novelist. As lawyer Malka in 2007 successfully defended Charlie Hebdo editor Philippe Val against charges of racism following the magazine’s publication of Mohammad caricatures. Other clients include Clearstream, Dominique Strauss-Kahn and Caroline Fourest.
Malka was born in the 11th arrondissement of Paris to Jewish parents from Morocco. His father was a tailor, his mother a housewife and he has two brothers. He obtained the baccalauréat in 1986 and became a lawyer in 1992 after first having studied science and business.  
As lawyer he started to work for Georges Kiejman  and started his own law firm in 1999.  
Social debates Edit
He often featured in emblematic trials and current social debates: the fight for the right to blasphemy, the defense of Charlie Hebdo in the trial regarding the caricatures of Muhammad, the defense of the Center of Contemporary Art’s Director in the trial regarding the diffusion of pornographic images of minors in the course of the Présumés innocents exhibit  , the defense of the motion picture on the terrorist Carlos made by Daniel Leconte and Olivier Assayas.
For the National Organization of Publishers, he published a book entitled La gratuité, c’est le vol – 2015 : la fin du droit d’auteur ? and gave away 50 000 copies. The book was published with the support of the National Organization of Publishers, in the course of a battlet against a reform project of author’s rights brought by the European Union. 
Political cases Edit
Malka worked as an attorney for the nutritionist Jean-Michel Cohen in his lawsuit against Dr Pierre Dukan. He also worked for Marek Halter, for whom he obtained the conviction of former French Minister of Justice Rachida Datiw for defamatory statements. 
In 2010 Malka defended his prior boss Kiejman in a defamation suit brought by Olivier Metzner and Françoise Bettencourt Meyers. Kiejman, who advocate for Liliane Bettencourt in the Bettencourt affair had accused Metzner, who was advocate for Françoise Bettencourt-Meyers; of being the brain behind a plot against Liliane Bettencourt. In 2011 the court found Kiejman’s words were defamatory, but that they were stated in good faith and Kiejman was acquitted of wrongdoing. 
Malka worked as an advocate for Clearstream in the Clearstream affair where Clearstream sued investigating journalist Denis Robert for libel. Robert was eventually cleared of all charges.  
In 2015 he supported former French Prime Minister Manuel Valls in his trial against the humorist Dieudonné. Malka said Dieudonné belonged «in an asylum» and this statement brought him a conviction for public abuse in July 2016. He appealed his sentence and was acquitted by the Court of Appeal of Paris on 6 July 2017. 
Religious cases Edit
Malka was advocate for the day care center Baby-Loup who fired a woman because she wore hijab in 2008, alleging that the hijab violated the center’s secular nature. The Court of Cassation in 2014 ruled that the center was within its right to fire the employee. 
In 2016 he worked as an attorney for Mohamed Louizi in his trial against the Union of Islamic Organizations of France regarding his book entitled Pourquoi j’ai quitté les Frères Musulmans. Louizi was acquitted.
Public figures and intellectuals Edit
In 2011, Malka was hired by Dominique Strauss-Kahn and Anne Sinclair to take various legal actions against various media regarding the Carlton affair and related issues.   In 2015 Strauss-Kahn was acquitted.
In 2014 Malka defended Carla Bruni in her trial against Patrick Buisson, former counselor of President Nicolas Sarkozy, regarding illegal recordings. 
In 2015 Malka featured in the trial of businessman Beny Steinmetz against the French newspaper Le Canard Enchaîné.  In 2016 he worked as a lawyer for the French essayist Pascal Bruckner, who has been sued twice for defamatory statements on two associations: Les Indigènes de la République and Les Indivisibles. Bruckner was acquitted. 
In 2016 Malka worked as Martin d’Orgeval’s lawyer, partner of François-Marie Banier. Both of them were sued for weakness abuse in the Bettencourt affair. On 24 May in the appeal trial he stood out in court with his argument. He obtained a prison and financial redemption dismissal for his client.  · 
In 2017 he featured in the Paris criminal court alongside fellow lawyer Eric Dupond-Moretti in order to defend Amina Friloux, accused of poisoning her husband. Friloux was acquitted. 
Malka first met with Charlie Hebdo as an advocate in 1994 at a time the magazine was often attacked by Alliance générale contre le racisme et pour le respect de l’identité française et chrétienne (AGRIF) for anti-clericalism and by Front National.  He remained close to the people at the magazine. In 2007, Malka and Kiejman defended Charlie Hebdo’s editor Philippe Val in a suit for incitement to racism  by Union of Islamic Organisations of France and the Grand Mosque of Paris following the magazine’s publication of Muhammad caricatures. Val was acquitted.   Malka also assisted Charlie Hebdo before and after the Charlie Hebdo shootings.  In 2015, Malka tried to prevent the publication of Charpie Hebdo, a journal mocking Charlie Hebdo. 
He also worked as a lawyer for radio groups such as NRJ and Beur FM, for publishers Association and Cherche midi, for newspaper Metro and Entrevue and for several journalists as well as large French news agency such as Tony Comiti Productions and Tac-Presse.
He featured in the movie C’est dur d’être aimé par des cons (Official choice Cannes 2008), relating the trials of Charlie Hebdo regarding their caricatures. 
In 2012, Malka and Keijman defended Caroline Fourest and Fiammetta Venner, who had co-authored the biography Marine Le Pen, in a defamation lawsuit filed by Marine Le Pen, her father, Jean-Marie Le Pen and Front National. The authors were acquitted on most accounts by a Paris court, but a couple of sentences were deemed to be defamatory and the authors fined for those. 
In 2010 GQ Magazine ranked him among the 30 most influential people in the media in France. In its October 2012 edition GQ gave him the fifteenth position in its ranking of «the most powerful lawyers in France». In 2013 GQ ranked him at the same position.  In 2014 he was ranked as well as in 2015.  In 2016 he was ranked ninth most powerful French lawyer. 
- Collective work
Having gravitated close to the comics world for years (through his work with Charlie Hebdo and Association), he started writing cartoon scenarios in 2004.
In 2004, Malka published the first issue of the comics L’Ordre de Cicéron, illustrated by Paul Gillon. Later three other issues have been published. The series follow a family involved in finance and law in the US and France from the 1930s to contemporary times. 
He also launched another series of comics entitled Section financière along with Andrea Mutti. In 2006 he co-authored the book entitled La Face kärchée de Sarkozy with journalist Philippe Cohen and cartoonist Riss. The book sold 200 000 copies. 
In 2011 he took over the scenario of Les Pieds Nickelés with Ptiluc and Luz, and published a science fiction series with Juan Giménez. In 2011 he co-authored La face crashée de Marine Le Pen with Riss and Saïd Mahrane.  He published more than twenty comics. Cumulated sales of his work total more than hundreds of thousands copies. 
In 2014, he published La vie de palais : il était une fois les avocats. , illustrated by Catherine Meurisse which tells the story of a young female advocate named Jessica Chaillette, «exploited by her boss, underpaid, waiting for her clients’ gratitude».  Ondine Millot wrote in a review in Libération that the cartoon was pretty, malignant and funny while at the same time giving information on how the law system works.  
In 28 November Malka published his first novel entitled Tyrannie. The heart of the novel is the «criminal lawsuit of 25 days» of a political refugee named Oscar Rimah, charged for premeditated murder of the Secretary of the Ambassador of his origin country, where an Aztride dictator has seized power.  Raphaël Constant, a renowned French lawyer has to defend Rimah. During this «political trial», he explores the duality of having to defend the symbolic value of Rimah’s act, an act that was carried out in order to denounce the Aztride dictatorship. 
Malka claims that he wants to explore the «behind the scene of a criminal lawsuit» and «think about the dangers of our time», based upon what his experience as a lawyer inspired him. The novel ponders «the danger of totalitarianism for individual freedom».  Tyrannie also depicts a totalitarian dystopia that had manage to impose itself in our contemporary world, seducing people through an ideology at the crossroads of politics, philosophy and religion. For Malka, the key to totalitarianism is the human fascination for it, allowing people adhesion to these authorial regimes. 
Malka said he was inspired by 1984 written by George Orwell, a «founder» and «structuring» novel. Critics noted this inspiration, stating that Malka’s style was «half judiciary half-Orwellian». 
- L’Ordre de Cicéron, with Paul Gillon (issues 1 à 3) and Jean-Michel Ponzio (issue 4), Glénat, collection Caractère.
- 2004 : Le procès.
- 2006 : Mis en examen.
- 2009 : Le survivant.
- 2012 : Verdicts.
- Section financière, with Andrea Mutti, Vents d’Ouest, collection Turbulences :
- 2006 : Corruption.
- 2007 : Délit d’initié.
- 2008 : Neuro-terrorisme.
- 2012 : Paradis artificiels.
- PULSIONS, co-written with Éric Corbeyran, illustrated by Defali.
- 2008 : Issue I (Hugo).
- 2010 : Issue II (Camille).
- Les Z, with Volante, 12bis :
- 2010 : Issue 1 (Setif-Paris) ISBN978-2356480484
- Segments, with Juan Gimenez, Glénat, collection Grafica
- 2011 : Issue 1 (Lexopolis)
- ISBN978-2723473729, preface by Claude Lanzmann.
- 2012 : Issue 2 (Voluptide)
- ISBN978-2723489348, preface by Marek Halter.
- 2014 : Issue 3 (Neo-Sparte)
- 2014 : La vie de palais : il était une fois les avocats. , illustrated by Catherine Meurisse, Marabout
- 2006 : La Face kärchée de Sarkozy, with Philippe Cohen (co-writer) and Riss (cartoonist)
Investigation on Nicolas Sarkozy before him accessing French Presidency during the French Presidential Election of 2007 ; followed by, after his election :
- 2007 : La Face kärchée de Sarkozy, la suite : Sarko
- 2008 : Rien à branler, supplement to issue 828 of Charlie Hebdo
- 2008 : Carla et Carlito ou la Vie de château, bis-Fayard,
- 2010 : La Pire Espèce, with Agathe André, Ptiluc and TieKo, Grasset/Vent d’Ouest, 2010. 
- 2011 : Les Pieds Nickelés,Vents d’Ouest, with Ptiluc and Luz,
- 2016 : La Face crashée de Marine Le Pen, with Saïd Mahrane (co-author) and Riss (cartoonist), Grasset
- 2015 : La gratuité, c’est le vol : 2015, la fin du droit d’auteur ?, Paris, National Organization of Publishers, (
- 2018 : Tyrannie, Editions Grasset, EAN 9782246858942
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LH Johnson rated it it was amazing
Hannah Mai and her two daughters, Minna and Malka, live in Lawoczne in Poland. It’s 1943, life for Jews is becoming precarious and so Hannah takes the difficult decision to leave their home and escape over the mountains to the refuge of Hungary. On the journey, Malka, the yo Hannah Mai and her two daughters, Minna and Malka, live in Lawoczne in Poland. It’s 1943, life for Jews is becoming precarious and so Hannah takes the difficult decision to leave their home and escape over the mountains to the refuge of Hungary. On the journey, Malka, the youngest daughter, becomes separated from the others and it’s from that point that the book splits into two separate narratives — the story of Malka, and the story of her mother and Minna.
Written originally in German and translated into English by Brian Murdoch,this is a book full of broken glass. It’s written in a very precise manner that tends to avoid the great elaborate metaphor, but in doing so creates a story that is painfully acute. There are many many moments which are intensely moving but one in particular struck me. It is when two characters are picking a berry from a bush and one shares it with the other. I’ll edit the names out in this quote so it’s spoiler free:
«He opened his mouth without taking his eyes off her, and she put in the berry. [She] looked so strange, so different, as if she had no connection with the child she had once been. Embarrassed, [Different Character] turned away. She felt as if she’d been watching something that was nothing to do with her.»
If there is a more subtle, beautiful way to describe that moment when you fall in love with somebody, I am yet to read it.
This is a story of survival and of love, and of the way your stomach turns in on itself after weeks of hunger.
What I will acknowledge is that this isn’t going to be a book for everyone. The ending’s not quite what I expected. There are long periods where ‘nothing’ overt happens. There’s a lot of quietness which I appreciate is ironic in a wartime book but that’s the best way to describe it.
But I think, in a way, that’s what makes it great as well. This is a book where we see the best and worst of people, and we see it in a peculiarly graceful manner. The way it’s almost underwritten at points forces the reader to absorb some of the tension Malka and her family are feeling. You reach out, pulling cues in from the wider story, to understand how you should read these pages — and it’s unbearable because you start picking up on the clues, the surroundings, and become as closely embroiled in it as the protagonists are.
Malka left me breathless at the end of it. I am impressed at Pressler’s skill, and the afterword (which I urge you to read *after* you’ve read the book) left me in tears. This is a very graceful, painful and important book. . more
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Esther rated it it was amazing
Wow. This book was everything and more. I have always been interested in the history of the Holocaust, but this book really expressed the fear of the Jews during that time, specifically through the eyes of a 7-year-old girl, Malka Mai.
Pressler wrote this book after speaking Wow. This book was everything and more. I have always been interested in the history of the Holocaust, but this book really expressed the fear of the Jews during that time, specifically through the eyes of a 7-year-old girl, Malka Mai.
Pressler wrote this book after speaking to Malka Mai (a real individual) about her childhood experience, though she mentions that many fictional details were added. In the book, Malka lives with her mother, Hannah, and older sister, Minna. They receive warnings saying the Germans are coming to town to raid the Jews out. Upon hearing this news, Hannah plans to escape with her daughters to Hungary. It’s not until Hannah notices that Malka is struggling with restlessness and sickness during the escape journey that she decides to leave Malka with a family. Hannah plans for Malka to be sent back to her via train after her journey is completed.
I appreciated this book so much in that I realized how grateful I should be on a daily basis, for something as little as water. The word «hungry» is mentioned in the book quite a lot, and I felt heartbroken every time Malka had to scrounge around for food without knowing where she was or whether she would ever see her family again. In addition, though I am not a mother, the book really expressed a mother’s love for her daughter. The ending was sorrowful to say the least, but I can definitely see that Hannah never meant to hurt Malka. The narration switches from both Hannah and Malka, so I liked that I was able to read the minds of two different characters.
«Malka» is an appropriate read for all ages, and I personally think elementary/middle/high school students learning about the Holocaust would benefit much from this book. Thank you Mirjam Pressler, for writing not only an eye-opening book, but also a story that I will remember for the rest of my life. . more
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Juliusmoore Moore rated it it was amazing
Well let’s start from the beginning malka is probably a thirteen year old girl yet this was based of a true story so we really don’t know what here real age was at that time anyway she is a Jew ( and i pray that she does not get captured ). She has a mother and two sisters t Well let’s start from the beginning malka is probably a thirteen year old girl yet this was based of a true story so we really don’t know what here real age was at that time anyway she is a Jew ( and i pray that she does not get captured ). She has a mother and two sisters the father Is spending time with the other far from malka’s two sisters .
Let’s cut to the chase when she goes to her friends house she gets kicked out but the German mom she was nice though , when she walks home urkranian and Poland kids shout out JEW GIRL JEW GIRL ! She has to travel somewhere else because the Germans were few miles down from their house so they traveled to polizc I’m not sure how to pernounce or spell it but that’s were i think we should leave off to great book 10 out of 10 would read it again .
Haley Craig rated it it was amazing
This is by far one of the best books I have read this year and there have been quiet a few. I loved every minute of reading this and would happily read it again.
The only thing that annoyed me, and its trivial really, was the language used regarding toileting. It just didnt This is by far one of the best books I have read this year and there have been quiet a few. I loved every minute of reading this and would happily read it again.
The only thing that annoyed me, and its trivial really, was the language used regarding toileting. It just didnt fit with the tone of the story and was quite.. vulgar.. in a sense..
Apart from that I would highly recommend this book to everyone! It was a brilliant story of how children where left behind during the war, how rife illnesses were and how the times of 1943-45 changed families forever more. . more
Laura rated it it was amazing
I ran out of books to read during a class so I picked a random one given to my class library by the district. This one won!
This book is going to haunt me. It’s loosely based on a true story, possibly the scariest genre of all.
The mother is driven. I never did figure out if I ran out of books to read during a class so I picked a random one given to my class library by the district. This one won!
This book is going to haunt me. It’s loosely based on a true story, possibly the scariest genre of all.
The mother is driven. I never did figure out if she was driven by ambition or fear. She mentions several times that she is unable to keep still. While her drive is admirable in a doctor, it’s not an asset for her children or her family. They seem to frequently come in second place in her life. It’s got to be rough on her family.
This book brings on some bleak decision-making. Who to save: the sick child who needs you or the healthy child who can be rescued? Heart-breaking! . more
Malka Leifer’s team rallies to prevent extradition to Australia over child sex assault charges
Updated November 29, 2018 05:50:11
Supporters of an orthodox Jewish school principal accused of sexually assaulting her students have funded a public relations and legal campaign to prevent her being extradited from Israel to face trial in Australia.
- Ex-educator faces 74 counts of sexual assault
- Campaigners lobbying for Israel to oppose the extradition order
- Claims she is suffering from mental illness and is unfit for trial
The former principal of the Adass Jewish school in Melbourne, Malka Leifer, is fighting attempts to bring her back to Australia to face 74 counts of sexual assault.
She left Melbourne 10 years ago when the allegations against her surfaced and this week was granted leave not to attend her extradition hearing in Jerusalem on mental health grounds.
‘Rotten Almond’ campaign attacks Justice Minister
Israeli newspaper Yediot Ahronot revealed details of the campaign to oppose the extradition, reporting that it included videos attacking the justice system and Israel’s Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked.
The minister’s surname, Shaked, means «almond» in Hebrew, and the public relations firm reportedly called its campaign «Rotten Almond».
The plan also included filing a lawsuit against the psychiatrists treating Ms Leifer, hiring another psychiatrist to list failings with the medical evidence, and publishing sympathetic videos about the supposedly harsh treatment of «granny Malka Leifer».
Ms Leifer’s family issued a statement saying her treatment by the justice system had been «inconceivable» and was more like Turkey or Iran than Israel.
They said they were raising important questions about the case that should bother the Israeli public.
There has been intense resistance to the extradition and hostility towards Ms Leifer’s alleged victims from sections of the orthodox Jewish community in Israel and Australia.
Public relations consultant Ronen Tzur defended his involvement in the campaign, telling Israeli radio station Maariv that reports the campaign was well-funded were false.
«We’re talking about a poor family, they hardly have money, they saved few hundred shekels, so they can reveal this issue,» Mr Tzur said.
«This woman is a grandmother, she has eight children, she has been locked up in jail for eight months, and it’s not her fault.
«No one even cross-examined her.»
The Minister told Israel’s Army Radio she would not be intimidated.
«This case has dragged on for four years in court because the defendant was claiming she isn’t fit to face trial, arguing that she needs psychiatric treatment,» she said.
«I’m saying if the court decides to give the order to extradite her, I will sign that order.
«No campaign here will scare me.»
Malka Leifer’s alleged victims, sisters Dassi Erlich, Elly Sapper and Nicole Mayer, were in Israel this week for the extradition hearing.
Dassi Erlich says she’s saddened by the news of the campaign, but not surprised.
«We are not entirely shocked, this was kind of expected,» she said.
«We knew that Leifer’s team would go to any lengths and fall to any level to make sure [the extradition] doesn’t happen.»
Psychiatric reports contradict catatonic claims
Ms Leifer had been on house arrest, living in an isolated orthodox Jewish settlement in the West Bank, telling the court she was catatonic and unable to live a normal life due to severe mental illness.
But she was arrested for obstruction of justice in February 2018 after private investigators filmed her shopping, socialising and interacting normally, in blatant contrast to the medical evidence her team had submitted.
Government psychiatric reports also said she was fit to face trial in Australia.
But the extensive delays and the court’s treatment of Ms Leifer have shocked and disappointed Dassi Erlich and her sisters.
«It’s been an incredibly intense two weeks in Israel and going to court yesterday, not being able to face Leifer, which was one of the reasons we came here, having a closed court and they just seem to be able to continue playing these dirty games and getting away with it,» she said.
Israeli authorities arrested Ms Leifer in 2014, but the extradition proceedings have been stuck in the courts for the last four years, and are likely to run well into next year.
After that, Ms Leifer will still have the right to appeal any extradition order.
JЕ«s gribat nopirkt kvalitatД«vu malku? To jums nepiedДЃvДЃs neviens cits uzЕ†Д“mums, jo lielДЃkДЃ daДјa tirgo malku zaДјu — tieЕЎi no meЕѕa vai krautuves. MД“s malku sagatavojam cauru gadu lielos apjomos un ЕѕДЃvД“jam dabД«gДЃ ceДјДЃ nojumД“s ar tilpumu no 100 m3 lД«dz 2500 m3.
Lai malka bЕ«tu kvalitatД«vДЃka tДЃ meЕѕДЃ tiek sagatavota no oktobra lД«dz aprД«lim, kad kokiem ir miera periods, kas iespaido malkas ЕѕЕ«ЕЎanu. Malkas mitrumam ir liela nozД«me siltuma atdevД“. ZaДјa malka, lai sadegtu, patД“rД“ 50% no tДЃs enerДЈijas tikai lai uzturД“tu degЕЎanu vien. Tas nozД«mД“, ka Jums bЕ«s jДЃsadedzina uz pusi vairДЃk malkas, lai apsildД«tu mДЃju, nerunДЃjot par skursteЕ†a svД«ЕЎanu, katla-krДЃsns aizkvД“pЕЎanu un sareЕѕДЈД«tu iekurinДЃЕЎanu.
Lai apmierinДЃtu visas vД“lmes, tiek gatavota malka 33 cm gara (1m uz trim daДјДЃm) vai 50 cm gara (1m uz pusД“m). Ir iespД“jams pasЕ«tД«t arД« 25 cm garu malku. Lai jums nebЕ«tu ЕЎaubas par malkas kvalitДЃti, varat Е†emt izmД“ДЈinДЃjuma partiju — mazo maЕЎД«nu ar 5,5 steriem, kas bЕ«s salД«dzinoЕЎi lД“ta, bet turpmДЃk 8 vai 13 steru kravu. PiedДЃvДЃjam arД« bД“rza malku, kas ir ar lielДЃku atdevi. OЕЎa malku, kas ir ЕѕДЃvД“ta vairДЃkus gadus. TДЃ kДЃ malku gatavojam paЕЎi uz vietas, varam atДјauties to ЕѕДЃvД“t lД«dz tДЃs sasniedz 18% mitrumu. Esam zemnieku saimniecД«ba, tДЃpД“c malku gatavojam pilnД«bДЃ ar rokДЃm, kas uzlabo skaldД«ЕЎanas kvalitДЃti un samazina izmaksas, jo nav jДЃgatavo Дјoti dДЃrgi konteineri, jДЃuztur iekrДЃvД“ji un cita tehnika, kura izmaksДЃ dДЃrgi. Tas viss iespaido cenu un kvalitДЃti.
Zemnieku saimniecД«ba «Urgas» piedДЃvДЃ ar piegДЃdi RД«gДЃ, RД«gas rajonДЃ un tДЃ tuvumДЃ sausu, skaldД«tu malku. Ir pieejama arД« zaДјa malka par zemДЃku cenu. Vedam 5.5, 8 un 13 steru jeb 3.5, 5 un 10 m3 kravas vai jums nepiecieЕЎamo daudzumu, bet izdevД«gДЃk ir pirkt pilnu kravu. Gan skaldД«ta, gan neskaldД«ta, standarta garumos 33cm un 50cm.
- jaukta malka
- apses malka
- alkЕЎЕ†a malka
- bД“rza malka
- oЕЎa malka
- egles malka
- priedes malka
Malka meЕѕДЃ tiek sagatavota ar 1m soli — 1 un 3 metru garumДЃ, tДЃpД“c varam piedДЃvДЃt jebkuru garumu, kas izriet no 1 metra (25, 33, 50 cm). Malka tiek uz lauka zДЃДЈД“ta un skaldД«ta, tad tДЃ tiek daЕѕus mД“neЕЎus ЕѕДЃvД“ta zem klajas debess, tad tiek likta ЕЎД·Е«nД«, kur tДЃ izЕѕЕ«st lД«dz sasniedz 18% mitruma koeficientu. Malka tiek krДЃmД“ta atklДЃta tipa ЕЎД·Е«nД«, klajДЃ laukДЃ, kur tai labi piekДјЕ«st vД“jЕЎ un saule, nodroЕЎinot malkas kДЃrtД«gu izЕѕЕ«ЕЎannu.
Ilgas degЕЎanas krДЃsnД«m ieteicama patieЕЎДЃm sausa un kvalitatД«va malka, tДЃda, kДЃdu piedДЃvДЃjam mД“s, lai tajДЃs nesaglabДЃtos daudz mitruma un tДЃdД“jДЃdi arД« kvД“pi. NekvalitatД«vas malkas lietoЕЎana var novest pie skursteЕ†a aizsД“rД“ЕЎanas un kurinДЃЕЎanas efektivitДЃtes kriЕЎanДЃs, tДЃpД“c pareizas malkas izvД“le ir Дјoti svarД«ga. Labas ir arД« krДЃsnis pД“c sentД“vu metodД“m, kur malkai piekДјЕ«st daudz gaisa, kas nodroЕЎina efektД«vu malkas sadegЕЎanu.
Malka et associés, cabinet d’avocats
Avocate au barreau de Paris depuis 2003 et titulaire du DESS de droit de la propriété industrielle de Paris II (Panthéon-Assas), Lorraine Gay a rejoint le cabinet en 2010 et en est devenue associée en 2016.
Elle avait auparavant travaillé 7 ans aux côtés d’Henri Leclerc, en droit de la presse, ainsi qu’en droit de la communication, en propriété intellectuelle et en droit pénal.
Elle intervient aujourd’hui dans les contentieux de droit de la presse, de vie privée et de droit à l’image, ainsi qu’en droit d’auteur et en droit pénal.
Elle intervient également en conseil de manière préventive, en matière de presse, de production audiovisuelle et dans le domaine de l’édition.
Richard Malka, né le 6 juin 1968 à Paris XIe est un avocat français, inscrit au barreau de Paris et scénariste de bandes dessinées.
Spécialiste du droit de la presse, il débute sa carrière à 23 ans au sein de l’ancien cabinet de Georges Kiejman devenu ministre. Il est en charge du dossier Charlie Hebdo dès sa création, en 1992, année de sa Prestation de serment d’avocat.
Il assure également la défense du groupe radiophoniques NRJ, des éditions du Cherche midi, Grasset, Fayard, de nombreux journalistes, d’agences de presse et de société de Productions audiovisuelles.
Il est intervenu sur les débats de société les plus sensibles, des affaires politiques, sur la laïcité, et en défense de nombreuses personnalités publiques et du monde des affaires ainsi que des médias.
Proche du milieu de la bande-dessinée depuis longtemps, il franchit en 2004 le pas en scénarisant une saga dessinée par Paul Gillon L’Ordre de Cicéron qui deviendra un classique de la bande dessinée. Il publie plus de vingt albums et ses ventes totales de bandes-dessinées se comptent à plusieurs centaines de milliers d’exemplaires.