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An EU court has dismissed Sipcam-Oxon’s request for a suspension of the phase-out of the fungicide, chlorothalonil, while its lawsuit against the active ingredient’s non-renewal is being considered.
A US state of California appeals court has denied a bid by Syngenta to remove atrazine herbicide and five similar agricultural chemicals from the state's list of chemicals known to cause cancer or reproductive harm.
Sipcam-Oxon has started legal action seeking to overturn the EU decision not to renew the approval of the fungicide, chlorothalonil.
Plaintiff urges court to reinstate $289 million award while Bayer calls for case to be thrown out.
Environmentalists have again called on a federal appeals court to vacate the US EPA's approval of Bayer legacy company Monsanto's dicamba herbicide.
Environmentalists and farmworker advocates have returned to court to once again try to compel the US EPA to ban the insecticide, chlorpyrifos.
US company American Vanguard's Dutch subsidiary, Amvac Netherlands, has brought a lawsuit seeking an annulment of the European Commission’s decision not to renew the EU approval of the insecticide/acaricide, ethoprophos.
Bayer is facing an increase of over a third in the number of plaintiffs seeking damages for exposure to legacy company Monsanto's glyphosate herbicide.
A Brazilian court has ordered Bayer legacy business Monsanto to deposit the "full amount of royalties" from its patented genetically modified Intacta soybean technology into an escrow account.
A California state court judge has slashed damages awarded to a couple who claim Bayer legacy company Monsanto's glyphosate-based herbicides caused their cancer from $2,052 million to $86.7 million.
Disputes about data protection rights and compensation can be costly and, in many cases, avoidable. Peter L Gray (Partner, Crowell and Moring, LLP) and Jurgen Figys identify best practices for minimising the likelihood of such disputes.
A US judge has slashed the punitive damages awarded to a California plaintiff against Bayer legacy company Monsanto for failing to warn him of the potential cancer risk from its Roundup (glyphosate) herbicide.
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