Cooley (UK) LLP

Key registration information

Registered since

26 November 2015

Address

Dashwood House, 69 Old Broad Street
London
UK
EC2M 1QS


0207 556 4466

Clients

'Clients' are the individuals or organisations for whom a consultant lobbyist has conducted the business of consultant lobbying in return for payment as defined by the Act.

Current client list (January to March 2017)

No clients listed. During this quarter, Cooley (UK) LLP made no communications which meet the definition of consultant lobbying as defined by the Transparency of Lobbying, Non-Party Campaigning and Trade Union Administration Act.

Previous client lists

October to December 2016
No clients listed. During this quarter, Cooley (UK) LLP made no communications which meet the definition of consultant lobbying as defined by the Transparency of Lobbying, Non-Party Campaigning and Trade Union Administration Act.

July to September 2016
No clients listed. During this quarter, Cooley (UK) LLP made no communications which meet the definition of consultant lobbying as defined by the Transparency of Lobbying, Non-Party Campaigning and Trade Union Administration Act.

April to June 2016
No clients listed. During this quarter, Cooley (UK) LLP made no communications which meet the definition of consultant lobbying as defined by the Transparency of Lobbying, Non-Party Campaigning and Trade Union Administration Act.

January to March 2016
No clients listed. During this quarter, Cooley (UK) LLP made no communications which meet the definition of consultant lobbying as defined by the Transparency of Lobbying, Non-Party Campaigning and Trade Union Administration Act.

October to December 2015
No clients listed. During this quarter, Cooley (UK) LLP made no communications which meet the definition of consultant lobbying as defined by the Transparency of Lobbying, Non-Party Campaigning and Trade Union Administration Act.

July to September 2015
No clients listed. During this quarter, Cooley (UK) LLP made no communications which meet the definition of consultant lobbying as defined by the Transparency of Lobbying, Non-Party Campaigning and Trade Union Administration Act.



Relevant code of conduct details

Is there in place an undertaking by this organisation to comply with a relevant code of conduct?

No

Relevance of a code of conduct is determined in relation to governing the carrying on of the business of consultant lobbying. This means making communications personally to a Minister of the Crown and/or Permanent Secretary (or equivalents), regarding the functions, policy or legislation of the UK Government on behalf of a client and in return for payment.


Partners 

Where the organisation is a company list of directors can be found below. Where the organisation is a partnership list of partners can be found below. For organisations listed as organisation type 'other' list of executives can be found below.

See list of Partners
   
Person
Role
Ms Ann BevittPartner
Mr Nicholas BolterPartner
Mr David BresnickPartner
Mr John ByrnesPartner
Mr John ClarkPartner
Mr Christopher CoulterPartner
Mr James CrabtreePartner
Mr Mark DeemPartner
Ms Louise DelahuntyPartner
Mr Lukins EdwardPartner
Mr Mark EverissPartner
Mr Richard HopleyPartner
Mrs Natasha KayePartner
Mr David KendallPartner
Person
Role
Mr Harris LaurencePartner
Mrs Nicola MaguirePartner
Mr James MatonPartner
Mr Becket McGrathPartner
Mr Colm MurphyPartner
Mrs Holland PaulaPartner
Ms Sarah PearcePartner
Mr Kevin PerryPartner
Mr Stephen RosenParner
Mr Naftulin RyanPartner
Mr Akash SachdevaPartner
Mr Justin StockPartner
Mr John WilkinsonPartner
Mr Jonathan YorkePartner
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