MAALJ

Maryland Association of Administrative Law Judiciary
11101 Gilroy Road
Hunt Valley, MD 21031
(410) 229-4100

5 Ways Unsuccessful People Network
By Jane Burnett

Networking truly is an art.  If you don’t talk enough, you could be perceived as cold or aloof. If you talk too much, you could be considered unprofessional or self-interested.  To do it right, it may help to learn from those who do it exactly wrong.  Here’s what unsuccessful people do when networking.  Click here to continue reading...

U.S. Ex-Administrative Law Judge Gets Prison for $550 Million Scheme
By Nate Raymond

(Reuters) - A retired U.S. Social Security Administration judge was sentenced to four years in prison on Friday for what prosecutors said was his role in a scheme to fraudulently obtain $550 million in federal disability payments for thousands of people.  David Daugherty, 81, a retired administrative law judge, was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Danny Reeves in Lexington, Kentucky, after pleading guilty in May to two counts of receiving illegal gratuities, the U.S. Justice Department said.  Click here to continue reading...
Free Up iPhone Space With These Hidden Tricks
Storage running out? It’s not about deleting an app or photo here or there, but targeting the real space hogs.

By Joanna Stern

It’s 2017 and I still often witness this soul-crushing scene: A friend goes to take a photo only to realize he doesn’t have any more space on his iPhone . . . . Then he frantically deletes apps or photos. . . . Finally, he can take a picture…of his latte. . . .  Click here to go to this Wall Street Journal article.
How Close Do You Need to Be to Your Gym?
Your distance from the gym can affect how often you work out. People who commute more than 5 miles go much less often than those who live closer than 4 miles, according to recent data. Your distance from the gym can affect how often you work out.

By Rachel Bachman

If you’ve already blown your resolution to go to the gym more this year, you might blame geography.  Click here to read more. . . .