Monsanto Hit with $2 Billion Verdict Losing Third Roundup Trial

Share This Item May 13, 2019 – Oakland, California – – An Alameda jury in the case of Pilliod et al. v. Monsanto Company (Case No. RG17862702, JCCP No. 4953) returned a verdict today of $2.055 billion in favor of a husband and wife with non-Hodgkin lymphoma, ordering Monsanto to pay $55 million in compensatory damages and $2 billion in punitive damages ($1 billion each for Mr. and Mrs. Pilliod) for failing to warn consumers that exposure to Roundup weed killer causes non-Hodgkin lymphoma (NHL). $2.055 billion total verdict Breakdown: $55,206,172.80 compensatory and $2 billion punitive Alva Pilliod Compensatory: Past economic – $47,296.01 Past non-economic loss – $8M Future non-economic loss – $10M ——————————————- $18,047,296.10 Punitive damages – $1 billion Alberta Pilliod Compensatory:…

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