Bayer’s Statement in Response to Plaintiffs’ Motion for Temporary Restraining Order
Bayer released the following statement regarding the Superior Court of the State of California’s ruling to tentatively deny plaintiffs’ request for a temporary restraining order on alleged company advertising.
“Bayer is pleased that that Court has tentatively denied plaintiffs’ request for a temporary restraining order on company advertising which has no basis in law, while plaintiffs and their surrogates continue to saturate the San Francisco market with advertisements that disparage our products and further their litigation interests. Bayer’s communication and marketing activities do not have any impact on the conclusions of four decades of extensive science that support the safety of our products. Bayer’s Roundup advertising is national in scope and the company is not running advertising that singles out the greater S.F./Oakland market or any part of it. We deny plaintiff’s baseless allegations.”