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Regester Larkin was co-founded by [[Mike Regester]] and [[Judy Larkin]] in 1994. Larkin's experience includes working for [[Bayer]], [[British Nuclear Fuels Limited]] and [[Shell]]. <ref>[http://www.regesterlarkin.com/rl/staff_jlarkin.shtml Client experience]</ref>Larkin is a 'former head of corporate relations for [[Logica]] plc', and has held board level positions with a number of major UK and US consultancies and has worked extensively in Europe, the United States and Australasia. <ref name="NIA">[[Nuclear Industry Association]] [http://www.niauk.org/judy-larkin.html Judy Larkin | Wednesday, 02 August 2006, Director, Regester Larkin] </ref> She is a board member of the Washington DC-based  [[Issue Management Council]] whose <ref>[http://www.issuemanagement.org/documents/organizations.html members]</ref> members include [[Bivings Group]], [[AstraZeneca]], and [[GlaxoSmithKline]]. Its 'partners' include [[Shell]] and the [[Philip Morris Management Corporation]].  .'
 
Regester Larkin was co-founded by [[Mike Regester]] and [[Judy Larkin]] in 1994. Larkin's experience includes working for [[Bayer]], [[British Nuclear Fuels Limited]] and [[Shell]]. <ref>[http://www.regesterlarkin.com/rl/staff_jlarkin.shtml Client experience]</ref>Larkin is a 'former head of corporate relations for [[Logica]] plc', and has held board level positions with a number of major UK and US consultancies and has worked extensively in Europe, the United States and Australasia. <ref name="NIA">[[Nuclear Industry Association]] [http://www.niauk.org/judy-larkin.html Judy Larkin | Wednesday, 02 August 2006, Director, Regester Larkin] </ref> She is a board member of the Washington DC-based  [[Issue Management Council]] whose <ref>[http://www.issuemanagement.org/documents/organizations.html members]</ref> members include [[Bivings Group]], [[AstraZeneca]], and [[GlaxoSmithKline]]. Its 'partners' include [[Shell]] and the [[Philip Morris Management Corporation]].  .'
  
[[Judy Larkin]] is also a Fellow of the [[Royal Institution]] (RI). In July 2000 she took part in 'Interrogating the Precautionary Principle <ref>[http://www.futurefoundation.net/precautionary.htm 'Interrogating the Precautionary Principle']</ref> , an [[Institute of Ideas]] event at the [[Royal Institution]]. This was billed as: 'eminent scientists, social scientists and writers will question the premises of the precautionary principle'. The event was  'convened' by [[Susan Greenfield]] of the RI, and [[Tony Gilland]] and [[Helene Guldberg]] of the [[LM]] network. [[Tracey Brown]] and [[Ellen Raphael]] who went on to work for Regester Larkin both contributed to LM and are part of the [[LM]] network, as is the [[Institute of Ideas]].  
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Judy Larkin is also a Fellow of the [[Royal Institution]] (RI). In July 2000 she took part in 'Interrogating the Precautionary Principle <ref>[http://www.futurefoundation.net/precautionary.htm 'Interrogating the Precautionary Principle']</ref> , an [[Institute of Ideas]] event at the [[Royal Institution]]. This was billed as: 'eminent scientists, social scientists and writers will question the premises of the precautionary principle'. The event was  'convened' by [[Susan Greenfield]] of the RI, and [[Tony Gilland]] and [[Helene Guldberg]] of the [[LM]] network. [[Tracey Brown]] and [[Ellen Raphael]] who went on to work for Regester Larkin both contributed to LM and are part of the [[LM]] network, as is the [[Institute of Ideas]].  
  
 
Former Monsanto man [[Harry Swan]], when a Risk Management Consultant for Regester Larkin, represented the company at a [[Science Media Centre]] [http://www.sciencemediacentre.org/aboutus/risk.html meeting] at the RI.
 
Former Monsanto man [[Harry Swan]], when a Risk Management Consultant for Regester Larkin, represented the company at a [[Science Media Centre]] [http://www.sciencemediacentre.org/aboutus/risk.html meeting] at the RI.

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Regester Larkin is a London-based PR firm. According to its website, 'Businesses are operating in an environment of unprecedented scepticism, risk aversion and lack of trust. This is compounded by a 24/7 media, the Internet and sophisticated anti-business and anti-technology activism.' [1]

It helps companies meet this challenge via its 'specialist reputation management consultancy'. It has helped 'some of the world's largest companies successfully manage internal and external issues and crises ranging from accidents and fires to sustained NGO campaigns and intrusive media attention.' Its website features an image of ears of corn alongside an oil platform, a chemical works and a paper headed 'HAZARDOUS WASTE'.

Clients

Among the clients which Regester Larkin has helped to defend their corporate reputations are Aventis CropScience, Aventis Pharma, Bayer Inc and Pfizer - a major advocate of biotechnology.[2]Regester Larkin is also listed as having 'worked with' SmithKline Beecham, GlaxoSmithKline PLC, and ICI. [3]

Another client is the BioIndustry Association. Regester Larkin Ltd was also previously listed as member of the BioIndustry Association: 'the authoritative voice of UK biotechnology' whose motto is 'Promoting UK biotechnology'.[4] According to the BioIndustry Association's Director of Public Affairs, 'Regester Larkin's workshops on managing risk issues are invaluable for developing appropriate communication strategies.'

People

Among Regester Larkin's former employees are Tracey Brown, the director of the controversial pro-GM lobby group Sense About Science, Ellen Raphael who also works for Sense About Science, and Harry Swan who joined Regester Larkin from Monsanto. Swan's staff profile read, 'Working for Monsanto at the height of the controversy surrounding GMOs, Harry gained firsthand experience of crisis and issues management. He built up an expertise in scientific communication which he now applies to clients such as the BioIndustry Association.'

Regester Larkin was co-founded by Mike Regester and Judy Larkin in 1994. Larkin's experience includes working for Bayer, British Nuclear Fuels Limited and Shell. [5]Larkin is a 'former head of corporate relations for Logica plc', and has held board level positions with a number of major UK and US consultancies and has worked extensively in Europe, the United States and Australasia. [6] She is a board member of the Washington DC-based Issue Management Council whose [7] members include Bivings Group, AstraZeneca, and GlaxoSmithKline. Its 'partners' include Shell and the Philip Morris Management Corporation. .'

Judy Larkin is also a Fellow of the Royal Institution (RI). In July 2000 she took part in 'Interrogating the Precautionary Principle [8] , an Institute of Ideas event at the Royal Institution. This was billed as: 'eminent scientists, social scientists and writers will question the premises of the precautionary principle'. The event was 'convened' by Susan Greenfield of the RI, and Tony Gilland and Helene Guldberg of the LM network. Tracey Brown and Ellen Raphael who went on to work for Regester Larkin both contributed to LM and are part of the LM network, as is the Institute of Ideas.

Former Monsanto man Harry Swan, when a Risk Management Consultant for Regester Larkin, represented the company at a Science Media Centre meeting at the RI.

Contact

Website: http://www.regesterlarkin.com/
Regester Larkin Energy: http://www.regesterlarkinenergy.com/

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  2. Regester Larkin, Clients
  3. Regester Larkin, Krisennavigator - Institut für Krisenforschung
  4. members
  5. Client experience
  6. Nuclear Industry Association Judy Larkin | Wednesday, 02 August 2006, Director, Regester Larkin
  7. members
  8. 'Interrogating the Precautionary Principle'