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March 8th, 2018

California Federal Court Finds ‘Insufficient Evidence’ to Require Warning Labels on Roundup Products

On February 26, 2018, a federal judge in the District Court for the Eastern District of California halted a Prop 65 requirement that Monsanto place warning labels on its Roundup products, deciding that there was “insufficient evidence” the popular weed killer causes cancer. . . . → Read More: California Federal Court Finds ‘Insufficient Evidence’ to Require Warning Labels on Roundup Products

January 25th, 2016

Goya Strikes Back at ‘Serial’ Plaintiff in California Food Fight

In litigation first reported here two years ago, defendant Goya Foods is fighting back against a serial plaintiff and her bogus, no-injury claim that seeks to exploit California’s Prop 65 labeling requirements . . . → Read More: Goya Strikes Back at ‘Serial’ Plaintiff in California Food Fight

October 7th, 2013

California Takes Rare Step to Rein in Personal Injury Lawyers

Gov. Jerry Brown signed into law this past weekend a reform that will serve to rein in an element of California’s infamously shameless personal injury bar that had been using a well-intentioned health and environmental initiative to extort money from small business owners . . . → Read More: California Takes Rare Step to Rein in Personal Injury Lawyers