A California judge pared down a $289 million judgment against Bayer’s Monsanto in a landmark case brought by a terminally ill man allegedly sickened by Roundup herbicide, but upheld the jury’s findings that the agrochemical giant acted with malice. San Francisco Superior Court Judge Suzanne Ramos Bolanos said that the $250 million in punitive damages the jury ordered Monsanto to pay plaintiff Dewayne Johnson must be brought in line with the $39.25 million in compensatory damages the jurors thought was suitable. The judge’s 11-page ruling, released Oct. 22, stated that “regardless of the level of reprehensibility of Monsanto’s conduct, the ... Read More
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