Glyphosate, the active ingredient in the herbicide Roundup, has been linked with Non-Hodgkins lymphoma (NHL).
Lawsuits allege that Roundup’s manufacturers knew or should have known that glyphosate could cause NHL but failed to warn consumers about this risk.
Call us today for a free consultation or text us from this page if you or a loved one developed NHL after using Roundup. You may qualify for financial compensation. The only fee we charge is a percentage of any recovery we obtain for you. We don’t charge a fee until and unless we win your case.
2023 Roundup Lawsuit Latest News
- In May 2023, Monsanto was cleared of liability by a Missouri jury regarding a trial in which a gardener claimed her lymphoma was caused by Roundup.
- April 2023 update: A St. Louis County jury has started hearing evidence and testimony regarding a state court trial over claims a woman developed non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma after using Roundup as a child.
- A study published in January 2023 found that exposure to Roundup is associated with oxidative stress in people. The study notes that oxidative stress has been linked with the development of leukemia.
- A study published in November 2022 has linked glyphosate with possible liver damage. The study found that subjecting rats to perinatal glyphosate exposure led to increased levels of iron in the livers of the offspring, suggesting that perinatal glyphosate exposure may lead to liver damage in offspring due to iron overload.
- In September 2022, plaintiff lawyers urged U.S. District Judge Vince Chhabria to wrap up pretrial proceedings in the Roundup MDL, noting that Roundup’s warning label has still not changed.
- In September 2022, the EPA withdrew its 2020 assessment which found that glyphosate does not cause cancer. An appeals court had found that the EPA did not follow EPA guidelines when issuing that assessment.
- In July 2021, Bayer announced it would stop selling glyphosate to residential customers in 2023 in order “to manage litigation risk.” The company noted it would continue to sell glyphosate to professionals.
- In February 2021, Bayer announced it had reached a $2 billion deal in order to resolve future Roundup cancer lawsuits. The money will cover compensation, outreach and diagnostic assistance over an initial period of four years. Those diagnosed with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma (NHL) after being exposed to Roundup Weed & Grass Killer may be eligible for compensation of up to $200,000.
- In June 2020, Bayer had agreed to pay over $10 billion to settle tens of thousands of Roundup claims.
- An appeals court upheld the $25 million verdict in the first federal bellwether Roundup trial. The verdict included $20 million in punitive damages intended to punish Bayer and Monsanto for ignoring Roundup’s cancer risks.
We will continue to keep our clients and interested parties up to date in all the latest developments concerning Roundup settlements.