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  • Monsanto appeals $78M verdict in California weed killer suit
    The Canadian Press19 days ago

    Monsanto appeals $78M verdict in California weed killer suit

    Agribusiness giant Monsanto on Tuesday appealed a $78 million verdict in favour of a dying California man who said the company's widely used Roundup weed killer was a major factor in his cancer. The company filed a notice of appeal in San Francisco Superior Court challenging a jury verdict in favour of DeWayne Johnson. Monsanto had sought a new trial or judgment in its favour .

  • Monsanto appeals $78M verdict in California weed killer suit
    The Canadian Press19 days ago

    Monsanto appeals $78M verdict in California weed killer suit

    Agribusiness giant Monsanto on Tuesday appealed a $78 million verdict in favour of a dying California man who said the company's widely used Roundup weed killer was a major factor in his cancer. The company filed a notice of appeal in San Francisco Superior Court challenging a jury verdict in favour of DeWayne Johnson. Monsanto had sought a new trial or judgment in its favour .

  • Monsanto weed killer ruling is 1st step in long legal battle
    The Canadian Press2 months ago

    Monsanto weed killer ruling is 1st step in long legal battle

    With its stock dropping and more lawsuits expected, Monsanto vowed Tuesday to press on with a nationwide legal defence of its bestselling weed killer Roundup after a San Francisco judge upheld a verdict alleging it causes cancer. Legal experts said the decision will have little value in courtrooms across the country where similar cases are pending, but it will likely lead to more lawsuits. Similar lawsuits doubled from 4,000 to 8,000 after a San Francisco jury awarded groundskeeper DeWayne Johnson $389 million in August.

  • Monsanto weed killer ruling is 1st step in long legal battle
    The Canadian Press2 months ago

    Monsanto weed killer ruling is 1st step in long legal battle

    With its stock dropping and more lawsuits expected, Monsanto vowed Tuesday to press on with a nationwide legal defence of its bestselling weed killer Roundup after a San Francisco judge upheld a verdict alleging it causes cancer. Legal experts said the decision will have little value in courtrooms across the country where similar cases are pending, but it will likely lead to more lawsuits. Similar lawsuits doubled from 4,000 to 8,000 after a San Francisco jury awarded groundskeeper DeWayne Johnson $389 million in August.

  • The Latest: Monsanto weed killer legal battle to last years
    The Canadian Press2 months ago

    The Latest: Monsanto weed killer legal battle to last years

    With the value of its stock dropping and more lawsuits expected, Monsanto's parent company says it will press on with its nationwide legal defence of its bestselling weed killer Roundup. On Monday, San Francisco Judge Suzanne Bolanos upheld a verdict saying it causes cancer. Similar lawsuits doubled from 4,000 to 8,000 after a San Francisco jury awarded DeWayne Johnson $389 million in August.

  • The Latest: Monsanto weed killer legal battle to last years
    The Canadian Press2 months ago

    The Latest: Monsanto weed killer legal battle to last years

    With the value of its stock dropping and more lawsuits expected, Monsanto's parent company says it will press on with its nationwide legal defence of its bestselling weed killer Roundup. On Monday, San Francisco Judge Suzanne Bolanos upheld a verdict saying it causes cancer. Similar lawsuits doubled from 4,000 to 8,000 after a San Francisco jury awarded DeWayne Johnson $389 million in August.

  • Judge upholds Monsanto weed killer cancer verdict but slashes damages to groundsman
    The Telegraph2 months ago

    Judge upholds Monsanto weed killer cancer verdict but slashes damages to groundsman

    A San Francisco judge on Monday upheld a jury verdict that found Monsanto liable for not warning a groundskeeper that its weed killer Roundup might cause cancer, but slashed the damages award.

  • Monsanto trial: judge rejects bid to overturn landmark cancer verdict
    The Guardian2 months ago

    Monsanto trial: judge rejects bid to overturn landmark cancer verdict

    Dewayne ‘Lee’ Johnson reacts after hearing the verdict in his case against Monsanto. A California judge has rejected Monsanto’s appeal to overturn a landmark jury verdict which found that its popular herbicide causes cancer. The judge’s ruling on Monday largely sided with Dewayne “Lee” Johnson, a father of three and former school groundskeeper, who won a $289m award over the summer after alleging that his exposure to Roundup weedkiller gave him cancer.

  • Brazil court denies Monsanto bid to halt seed licensing to bankrupt firm
    Reuters2 months ago

    Brazil court denies Monsanto bid to halt seed licensing to bankrupt firm

    SAO PAULO (Reuters) - A Brazilian appeals court denied a request this month by Monsanto's local unit to suspend licensing of its popular Intacta soy seed technology to privately owned seed maker Sementes Talismã, according to a ruling seen by Reuters.

  • California judge mulls new trial in $289M Roundup award
    The Canadian Press2 months ago

    California judge mulls new trial in $289M Roundup award

    A San Francisco judge said Wednesday she is considering tossing out the lion's share of the $289 million judgment against agribusiness giant Monsanto and ordering a new trial over whether the company's weed-killer caused a groundskeeper's cancer. San Francisco Superior Court Judge Suzanne Bolanos didn't formally rule on any issues after a two-hour hearing to consider Monsanto's demand to toss out the entire jury verdict in the first of thousands of similar cases across the country to go to trial. The San Francisco jury in August said Monsanto knew — or should have known — its bestselling Roundup weed-killer causes cancer and hit the company with $250 million in punitive damages, which are designed to punish companies who act recklessly.

  • California judge mulls new trial in $289M Roundup award
    The Canadian Press2 months ago

    California judge mulls new trial in $289M Roundup award

    A San Francisco judge said Wednesday she is considering tossing out the lion's share of the $289 million judgment against agribusiness giant Monsanto and ordering a new trial over whether the company's weed-killer caused a groundskeeper's cancer. San Francisco Superior Court Judge Suzanne Bolanos didn't formally rule on any issues after a two-hour hearing to consider Monsanto's demand to toss out the entire jury verdict in the first of thousands of similar cases across the country to go to trial. The San Francisco jury in August said Monsanto knew — or should have known — its bestselling Roundup weed-killer causes cancer and hit the company with $250 million in punitive damages, which are designed to punish companies who act recklessly.

  • Monsanto asks judge to throw out $289M award in cancer suit
    The Canadian Press3 months ago

    Monsanto asks judge to throw out $289M award in cancer suit

    Agribusiness company Monsanto has asked a San Francisco judge to throw out a jury's $289 million award to a former school groundskeeper who said the company's Roundup weed killer left him dying of cancer. DeWayne Johnson failed to prove that Roundup or similar herbicides caused his non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, and presented no evidence that Monsanto executives were malicious in marketing Roundup, attorneys for Monsanto said in court documents filed late Tuesday. Johnson's lawsuit is among hundreds alleging Roundup caused cancer, but it was the first one to go to trial.

  • Monsanto asks judge to throw out $289M award in cancer suit
    The Canadian Press3 months ago

    Monsanto asks judge to throw out $289M award in cancer suit

    Agribusiness company Monsanto has asked a San Francisco judge to throw out a jury's $289 million award to a former school groundskeeper who said the company's Roundup weed killer left him dying of cancer. DeWayne Johnson failed to prove that Roundup or similar herbicides caused his non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, and presented no evidence that Monsanto executives were malicious in marketing Roundup, attorneys for Monsanto said in court documents filed late Tuesday. Johnson's lawsuit is among hundreds alleging Roundup caused cancer, but it was the first one to go to trial.

  • Bayer's Monsanto asks U.S. court to toss $289 mln glyphosate verdict
    Reuters3 months ago

    Bayer's Monsanto asks U.S. court to toss $289 mln glyphosate verdict

    The company said in motions filed in San Francisco's Superior Court of California that the jury's decision was insufficiently supported by the evidence presented at trial by school groundskeeper Dewayne Johnson. Johnson's case, filed in 2016, was fast-tracked for trial due to the severity of his non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, a cancer of the lymph system, that he alleged was caused by years of exposure to Roundup and Ranger Pro, another Monsanto herbicide that contains glyphosate. Monsanto asked Superior Court Judge Suzanne Bolanos, who oversaw the trial, to set aside the verdict or, in the alternative, reduce the award or grant a new trial.

  • Bayer cuts forecasts on Monsanto delay as lawsuits pile up
    Reuters3 months ago

    Bayer cuts forecasts on Monsanto delay as lawsuits pile up

    The weaker earnings forecast adds to a number of challenges facing the German drugmaker as it braces for years of legal wrangling over the alleged cancer risks of glyphosate-based weedkillers. Bayer said the number of plaintiffs seeking damages over Monsanto's Roundup and Ranger Pro herbicides had risen to 8,700 from 8,000 from last month, and said that it expected more to sue. The company lowered its forecast for adjusted core earnings per share for the year to 5.70 - 5.90 euros, down from 6.64 in 2017, short of analyst expectations, dragging the stock down as much as 3.7 percent in morning trade.

  • Reuters3 months ago

    EPA should revoke Monsanto weed killer approval, groups tell U.S. court

    The groups, which filed a lawsuit in February, want the court to force the EPA to vacate its approval of XtendiMax, arguing it not only harms nearby crops and plants but wildlife as well. It is not clear whether the court has the authority to revoke an EPA approval. The United States has faced a weed-killer crisis caused by the new formulations of dicamba-based herbicides, which farmers and weed experts say have harmed crops because they evaporate and drift away from where they are applied.

  • Exclusive: U.S. seed sellers push for limits on Monsanto, BASF weed killer
    Reuters4 months ago

    Exclusive: U.S. seed sellers push for limits on Monsanto, BASF weed killer

    Last summer, after farmers planted Monsanto's dicamba-resistant soy seeds en masse, the herbicide drifted onto nearby farms and damaged an estimated 3.6 million acres of non-resistant soybeans, or 4 percent of all U.S. plantings. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is now weighing such complaints as part of a high-stakes decision on the herbicide's future. Bayer bought Monsanto and its portfolio of dicamba-resistant Xtend brand soy seeds for $63 billion this year in a deal that created the world's largest seed and pesticides maker.

  • Bayer says can begin integration of Monsanto
    Reuters4 months ago

    Bayer says can begin integration of Monsanto

    Bayer can begin folding Monsanto into its organisation as the antitrust-related sale of assets has been completed, fulfilling final requirements by the U.S. Department of Justice, the German drugmaker said on Thursday. "The integration of Monsanto into the Bayer Group can begin following the completion on Thursday of the divestment by Bayer to BASF of certain Crop Science businesses with a total sales volume of around 2.2 billion euros (£1.97 billion)," it said in a statement. Bayer already closed the deal, becoming the sole owner of Monsanto, on June 7 but had to hold off on the integration.

  • Monsanto Roundup appeal has uphill climb on 'junk science' grounds: legal experts
    Reuters4 months ago

    Monsanto Roundup appeal has uphill climb on 'junk science' grounds: legal experts

    Last week's verdict ended the first trial over whether glyphosate, the main ingredient in Roundup, causes cancer. Monsanto, which says decades of scientific studies have shown Roundup and glyphosate are safe, is facing about 5,000 similar lawsuits nationwide. Monsanto said on Monday it planned to challenge the verdict on the grounds that the judge should have barred scientific evidence presented by California school groundskeeper Dewayne Johnson's lawyers as insufficient.

  • Homebase to review sale of Monsanto weedkiller after US cancer verdict
    The Guardian4 months ago

    Homebase to review sale of Monsanto weedkiller after US cancer verdict

    Monsanto’s vice-president insisted that Roundup weedkiller was safe. One of the UK’s largest DIY retailers is reviewing the sale of Roundup weedkiller products amid mounting concerns about their use, after a US jury found that the herbicide had caused a terminally ill man’s cancer. The manufacturer of the weedkiller, Monsanto, has insisted that British consumers are safe to continue using Roundup products, which are widely sold at DIY stores and used by British farmers.

  • Monsanto ordered to pay $289m as jury rules weedkiller caused man's cancer
    The Guardian4 months ago

    Monsanto ordered to pay $289m as jury rules weedkiller caused man's cancer

    DeWayne Johnson listens during the Monsanto trial in San Francisco last month. Monsanto suffered a major blow with a jury ruling that the company was liable for a terminally ill man’s cancer, awarding him $289m in damages. Dewayne Johnson, a 46-year-old former groundskeeper, won a huge victory in the landmark case on Friday, with the jury determining that Monsanto’s Roundup weedkiller caused his cancer and that the corporation failed to warn him of the health hazards from exposure.

  • One man's suffering exposed Monsanto's secrets to the world
    The Guardian4 months ago

    One man's suffering exposed Monsanto's secrets to the world

    Dewayne Johnson reacts to the verdict at the superior court of California in San Francisco. In a stunning blow to one of the world’s largest seed and chemical companies, jurors in San Francisco have told Monsanto it must pay $289m in damages to a man dying of cancer which he claims was caused by exposure to its herbicides. Monsanto, which became a unit of Bayer AG in June, has spent decades convincing consumers, farmers, politicians and regulators to ignore mounting evidence linking its glyphosate-based herbicides to cancer and other health problems.

  • Monsanto ordered to pay $289m to terminally ill groundsman who used Roundup weedkiller
    The Telegraph4 months ago

    Monsanto ordered to pay $289m to terminally ill groundsman who used Roundup weedkiller

    Monsanto ordered to pay $289m to terminally ill groundsman who used Roundup weedkiller