Nathaniel Evans et al v. Monsanto

1722-CC01372
May 23, 2017
Not judged
United States, St. Louis

Individuals
Nathaniel Evans, Richard Anderson, John Bishop, Robert Blaney, Michael Bonner, Jeffrey Bruch, Dennis Cash, Kimberly Constable, Randall Courts, Robert Diedrich, William Ellison, Gordon Ferguson, Thomas Foster, Eugene Friedrichsen, Ronald Gaudioso, Karen Gramm, Allen Henry, Rick Hibbs, Jay Holste, Michael Husak, Deanna Jones, Donald Kenkel, Joyce King, Todd Landon, Lyndsay LeClair, Johnnie Lowe, Cameron McCollough, John McKenna, James Merfeld, Cris Padagas, Francis Peters, Ronald Roberts, William Schafer, Brian Shaw, William Sheahan, Allen Spencer, Richard Swim, Linda Walker, Ivan Walstrom, Thomas Warne, Judith Weber, Peter White, Karen Young, Robert Zschau.
Monsanto
Maurice B. Graham, David Wool, D. Todd Matthews, Christina Hutchins

Civil court
Jury
Herbicide, Glyphosate, Roundup
Judgment against Defendant for compensatory damages … and for exemplary damages in an amount in excess of $25,000.00 to punish Defendant and to deter Defendant and other businesses from like conduct, and such other and further relief as this Court deems just, proper, and equitable.
22nd Judicial Circuit in the State of Missouri of St. Louis, United States
Court

All Plaintiffs in this action seek recovery for damages as a result of developing Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma (NHL), which was directly and proximately caused by such wrongful conduct by Monsanto, the unreasonably dangerous and defective nature of Roundup, and its active ingredient, glyphosate, and the attendant effects of developing NHL. The first trial in the City of St. Louis involving cancer risks from agrochemical giant Monsanto’s herbicide products began with opening statements on Nov. 1, 2022.