Internet Intermediaries and the Law Applicable to Intellectual Property Infringements De Miguel Asensio Pedro The coordination between territoriality restricted intellectual property rights and the potential global reach of Internet activities has been the focus of significant attention in recent years. The liability of Internet intermediaries offering potentially global services that may facilitate infringements of intellectual property rights by others in multiple countries poses a particular challenge in that regard. At a substantive law level, significant differences remain between jurisdictions regarding secondary liability for intellectual property rights infringements and safe harbor provisions for Internet intermediaries. The present article discusses the conflict of laws aspects of the liability of Internet intermediaries in light of the recent international efforts to adopt soft law provisions on intellectual property and private international law. Conflict of Laws. Intellectual Property Internet, Intermediaries Safe Harbors Secondary Liability 340 periodical academic journal JIPITEC 3 3 2012 350 360 2190-3387 urn:nbn:de:0009-29-35220 de miguel asensio2012