Amber Maltbie Noted for Memo on L.A. Mayoral Term Limits

Los Angeles Times

Amber Maltbie was mentioned in the Los Angeles Times article, “Could Antonio Villaraigosa come back to the Los Angeles mayor’s office?” The article examines whether, under city rules, Antonio Villaraigosa could step in as mayor of Los Angeles if Eric Garcetti leaves office to serve in the Biden administration. The legal memo that Amber authored, stating that “someone who had served two terms as mayor could still legally be appointed to serve the rest of Garcetti’s term,” was cited in the article.

Amber is a campaign finance and election law attorney, providing strategic counsel to individuals, nonprofits, agencies and organizations engaged in political and lobbying activity. She has advised clients at the federal, state and local levels and across all 50 states.

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