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A US federal judge will give BASF an opportunity to convince him that the company should not be liable for any of the $250 million in punitive damages awarded by a federal jury to a Missouri farmer who alleged that his peach orchard was severely damaged by dicamba herbicides.
Bayer and BASF have been ordered by a US federal jury to pay damages of $265 million to a Missouri peach farmer who alleged that his crops were ruined by drift from the companies’ dicamba herbicides.
Bayer has filed an application with a US state of California appeals court to overturn an $86 million verdict that found it was responsible for a couple’s cancer caused by its glyphosate-based herbicide, Roundup.
Bayer is reportedly confident of reaching a settlement with thousands of plaintiffs seeking damages for exposure to glyphosate herbicide with claims of cancer links.
Germany's national competition regulator, the Bundeskartellamt (federal cartel office), has imposed fines totalling around €154.6 million ($172 million) on seven wholesalers of crop protection products and their managers.
The US EPA has thrown its support behind Bayer legacy company Monsanto in the glyphosate case, saying that the judgment of the US District Court for the Northern District of California awarding damages against the company should be dismissed.
Bayer files opening brief seeking to upend $25 million verdict awarded to California cancer victim.
A Brazilian federal court has overturned an injunction suspending the approval of a batch of pesticide products and active ingredients from September.
Bayer legacy company Monsanto last week pleaded guilty to using and storing the banned organophosphate insecticide, parathion-methyl, on crops at a research farm on the Hawaiian island of Maui.
A Brazilian federal judge has suspended the authorisations of 63 pesticide products.
Bayer's Monsanto business has won a Brazilian case against grower groups seeking the right to plant saved seed harvested from the company's genetically modified herbicide-tolerant Roundup Ready soybeans.
The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has clarified the rules for renewing parallel trade permits for agrochemical products when the reference product has been re-registered.
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