Media Cover Max Reyes’ Move to McGuireWoods Consulting’s California Team

December 22, 2022

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National and legal media reported on Maximillian Reyes’ arrival at McGuireWoods Consulting as a vice president on the firm’s California government affairs team based in Los Angeles.

Among the outlets that covered the news include Bloomberg Law, Law360, Informed Infrastructure and Institutional Investing in Infrastructure, IJ Global and Los Angeles News. Reyes previously served as the director of economic infrastructure for Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti

Reyes, who was also a senior staffer for California legislators, joins MWC from Los Angeles World Airports. Prior to that, he worked as director of economic infrastructure for Mayor Garcetti’s Office of Economic Development, where he served as lead liaison to Los Angeles World Airports and Port of Los Angeles advising on key airport and port issues.

Law360 noted that Reyes has played an important role in handling eco-sustainability issues. Noteworthy achievements of the office include creating the first-ever program at a port to incentivize the transition of heavy-duty truck fleets to zero-emissions to improve air quality at the Port of Los Angeles region.

“I think in terms of promoting economic development in the region, it’s also important to promote environmental sustainability at the same time. It’s kind of a balance of things. It’s one of the many aspects within that sector that I’m passionate about,” Reyes said.