The world of intellectual property has been buzzing with quite a lot of activity this week.

The Intellectual Property Office of Singapore (IPOS) extends support to businesses by introducing “insurance for Intellectual Property” –

Huawei comes up with a backup plan after the U.S ban. Files for “Hongmeng” trademarks across nine countries –

Genius Media Group Inc. accuses Google for lifting music lyrics and use it on their own platform-

Amazon and Walmart fight to file trademarks for Air- drones to start a faster delivery option-

Adidas loses its iconic three stripes to ‘non-distinctiveness’ in Europe-

Indian Government’s NITI Aayog makes provisions to counsel women entrepreneurs on intellectual property and other legal issues-

The blue-bordered saree of Mother Teresa’s Missionaries of Charity is becoming a part of the Intellectual Property of the organisation-

The Delhi High Court cracks down unidentified persons who created a Fake domain of the Colgate Palmolive website promising fake jobs-

Fun Fact: Halliburton Company once tried to patent patenting.