Guther, Drayne & Midden
1 Temple Buildings
Dear Mr Smith
We act for LOCOG in the matter of the protection of the Olympic brands. Our investigators have discovered that you run a jewellers shop in Woodbridge, Suffolk, trading as Smiths Jewellers, and have on display in your window on Market Hill labels with the words 'gold', 'silver', 'rings' 'sporting medals' and 'events'.
I must inform you that the display of such advertisements is contrary to the terms of the London Olympic Games and Paralympic Games Act 2006 (The Act) and I herewith serve notice that all such advertisements bearing all such words be removed forthwith from display. I further give notice that a triangular shaped display of wedding bands, when viewed at a height of 2.1m and an angle of 16deg from a position 1m from the frontage of Kennet's butchers, appears to form the symbol of the International Olympics Committee, a protected symbol under The Act, and must also be removed from display forthwith.
Failure to comply with this notice will result in prosecution and officers authorised by the magistrates court will have the power to break into your premises and seize all such offending materials. There is no appeal process.