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Monsanto Takes Shot at Reversing $80M Federal Roundup Verdict

The Recorder | By Ross Todd
In court papers filed Friday, Bayer’s lawyers at Wilkinson Walsh + Eskovitz; Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer; Hollingsworth; and Covington & Burling claim the jury’s finding that Roundup use caused Sonoma County resident Edwin Hardeman’s non-Hodgkin lymphoma runs counter to regulatory determinations and scientific evidence showing that glyphosate, the active ingredient in Roundup, doesn’t pose a cancer threat to humans when used properly.

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Jackpot Junk Science: Scientists say a weed killer is safe, but a judge excludes evidence.

The Wall Street Journal | By The Editorial Board
After the WHO agency’s determination, the Environmental Protection Agency convened its own panel to review glyphosate. The scientists conducted a “comprehensive systematic review of studies submitted to the agency and available in the open literature,” the EPA’s director of the Office of Pesticide Programs, Richard Keigwin, wrote last year. They concluded “glyphosate is not likely to be carcinogenic in humans.”

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Bayer Statement on Jury’s Decision in Phase 2 of California Glyphosate Trial

Bayer released the following statement in reaction to the phase two verdict in favor of the plaintiff in the case of Hardeman v Monsanto, a trial conducted in the federal glyphosate multi-district litigation before Judge Vince Chhabria in the Northern District of California.  “We are disappointed with the jury’s decision, but this verdict does not change […]