In this Article, I want to explore these two insights of Haley’s in an off-the-beaten-path subject of regulation: blowfish. (That I am able to get so far off the beaten path is a luxury I owe to Haley, who, with a few others, created the path in the first place.) I ask two questions. First, why have blowfish poisoning rates fallen over time? Second, why do so few blowfish poisoning cases go to court?
Adversary system (Law) -- Japan, Adversary system (Law) -- United States, Puffers (Fish), Food supply -- Safety measures, Consensus (Social sciences), Administrative law, Comparative law, John Owen Haley, Takeyoshi Kawashima