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Authors: Charlotte Duly , Lisa Ormrod , Luke Portnow , Angharad Rolfe Johnson and Donna Trysburg
20 July, 2013

What do Twitter, potatoes and Madrid have in common? It’s simple – they’re all covered in this summer edition of boult.bitesTM. We’ve scanned the trade mark sector for changes and newsworthy case decisions so you don’t have to. This month we cover the new regulation that means having counterfeit or pirated goods destroyed has become easier, explore what trade mark rights you can exert with Twitter, flag the importance of trade mark watches due to proposed changes to the CTM, and focus on Protected Designations of Origin (PDO).

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Authors

Charlotte Duly

Charlotte Duly
Partner

Phone this number (0)+44 20 7430 7500

Email this address cduly@boult.com

Verulam Gardens
70 Gray's Inn Road
London
WC1X 8BT

Lisa Ormrod

Lisa Ormrod
Trade Mark Attorney

Phone this number (0)+44 20 7430 7500

Email this address lormrod@boult.com

Verulam Gardens
70 Gray's Inn Road
London
WC1X 8BT

Luke Portnow

Luke Portnow
Trade Mark Attorney

Phone this number (0)+44 20 7430 7500

Email this address lportnow@boult.com

Verulam Gardens
70 Gray's Inn Road
London
WC1X 8BT

Donna Trysburg

Donna Trysburg
Trade Mark Attorney

Phone this number (0)+44 20 7430 7500

Email this address dtrysburg@boult.com

Verulam Gardens
70 Gray's Inn Road
London
WC1X 8BT