With offices in London, Dublin and Belfast, Gateley Tweed provides specialist legal advice in relation to reputation management, privacy, commercial litigation and brand protection.
How Gateley Tweed helps clients
Gateley Tweed, founded by globally recognised expert Paul Tweed, provides a specialist, multi-jurisdictional approach for corporates, governments and individuals in dealing with reputational, privacy and data protection issues.
Our team is highly skilled in dealing with reputation management issues both pre and post publication, in online platforms and in traditional print and broadcast media, In addition to individuals, we represent corporates and brands, and have extensive experience of complex and high value commercial litigation.
With media, litigation, data and new technology lawyers Gateley Tweed provides solutions to cyber harassment, misuse of private information and privacy breaches.
Offices in London, Dublin and Belfast mean that we can, where appropriate, pursue a multi-jurisdictional approach; helping to expedite positive results for our clients, effectively and economically. The team's approach is always professional, client focused and cost effective.
Why choose Gateley Tweed:
- Expertise: Rated as the top tier (band 1) in Defamation/Reputation Management and Media & Entertainment fields of Chambers, we are recognised as being among the best at what we do.
- Excellence: Our skilled team has an acknowledged track record of achieving exceptional results, in many cases, against all the odds.
- Confidence: We are trusted by Corporates, governments and high profile individuals to manage and resolve their crisis.
Meet our founder
Paul Tweed is a globally recognised expert in his field, and has been rated in the top tier (band 1) in defamation/reputation management and media/entertainment fields of Chambers and other Directories. With over 30 years of experience in his field, Paul is recognised in expert legal circles as one of the leading media lawyers in the UK and Ireland.
Paul’s areas of expertise include, reputation management, media litigation, privacy, data protection, cyber security and commercial litigation. He practices in the jurisdictions of England/Wales, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland, representing clients from across the globe, including the US, Middle East, Russia, and North Africa.
Paul has acted for many A list celebrities, MPs and TDs. He is often retained by Governments, international corporations and HNW entrepreneurs and personalities. He also represents newspapers and publishers.
90% of the work that we do is with international clients.
Gateley Tweed has the experience and expertise to provide immediate strategies and solutions to the issues and crisis routinely faced by our international client base. With the rise of social media and the speed of global publication on all social media platforms, we provide our international and domestic clients alike, with an effective, and rapid response to their reputational issues.
Facebook, Twitter, Google et al have their European Headquarters in Dublin, making Gateley Tweed, with offices in Dublin, London and Belfast, best positioned to access all available legal remedies in a timely and cost effective manner.
We provide solutions to both online and off-line reputation management for governments, corporates and individuals. We deal with pre and post publication material, involving the traditional media (print and broadcast).Find out More
Data protection & privacy
We provide solutions to cyber harassment, misuse of private information and privacy breaches from unauthorised taking and publication of photographs, to improper use of protected data.Find out More
We provides a full UK and Ireland solution to our clients’ commercial disputes. Our team is skilled in dealing with complex and high value litigation from boxing contracts to multi million pound commercial disputes.Find out more
Licensing & brands
One of the most important assets a company has is its brand. We have the recognised experience to act decisively, quickly and effectively to protect a corporate identity that may have taken years, if not generations to establish.Find out more