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David Maloney
Administrative Law Judge
State of Florida

David Maloney has been an Administrative Law Judge with the State of Florida for fifteen years. He is a graduate of the Florida State University College of Law and a member of the Florida Bar since 1975.

Prior to his years on the administrative bench, Judge Maloney served in Republican and Democratic administrations in Florida, in the General Counsel's Office for Governor Bob Martinez, and as Chief Cabinet Aide to Governor Lawton Chiles. He has served in a wide array of positions as a governmental lawyer among them: General Counsel to the Governor and Cabinet of Florida for environmental and land use issues; Assistant Attorney General to Attorney General Bob Butterworth in the Administrative Law Section; and Deputy General Counsel at the Florida Department of Business Regulation under Governor Bob Graham. He was the Executive Director of the Governor's Property Rights Study Commission II in 1994 and headed Governor Lawton Chiles efforts at regulatory reform.

He also served as Associate Deputy Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency in Washington, D.C., under Administrator Carol Browner at the outset of the Clinton Administration.

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