Monthly Archives: July 2019

Alameda County Judge Cuts Monsanto Jury Price to $ 86.7 Million

An Alameda County judge on Thursday upheld a jury verdict that Monsanto’s widely used herbicide Roundup caused cancer in a couple in Livermore, but reduced their damage by $ 2 billion to 86.7 millions of dollars. Evidence at Oakland Trial, While Contested, Supports Jury’s Conclusion Roundup Was “a Significant Factor” …

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Appeals court awards jury $ 7.7 million in Ministry of Corrections whistleblower case

A state appeals committee overturned a $ 7.7 million jury prize that a former state Department of Corrections employee won in a whistleblower case and ordered a new trial in the civil case. Lisa R. Easley sued the DOC for claiming she was fired for cooperating in a federal investigation …

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US judge cuts Roundup jury prize to $ 25.3 million; Bayer is still considering appealing

(Reuters) – A federal judge on Monday reduced the amount of damages Bayer AG owed a California man who accused the weedkiller Roundup of his cancer, to $ 25.27 million from $ 80.27 million, while rejecting the company’s offer for a new trial. FILE PHOTO: A logo of Bayer AG …

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Jury Prize for failure to adapt to a confirmed perceived disability

The 3rd U.S. Court of Appeals upheld a jury verdict for an employee who said her employer failed to consider her perceived disability because the employer waived its argument that the employees who are simply considered disabled are not entitled to reasonable accommodation under Americans. with the Disabled Persons Act …

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