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Addresses the animal protection issues created by the dispersal of production facilities in animal use industries across territories of multiple states, creating and exacerbating regulatory gaps and creating the conditions for a race to the bottom. Argues that extraterritorial jurisdiction must respond to these developments, counters possible objections, and describes how to improve animal law in tandem. Perspectives are drawn from general international law, trade law, and animal law, opening up questions about moral directionality, state and corporate duties owed animals, and the comparative advantages of constitutional, criminal, and administrative animal law.

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