A federal judge has extended deposition deadlines for 20 Paraquat Parkinson's disease cases which could help parties conduct settlement negotiations.
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EPA Asks Court for Permission to Reconsider Paraquat Decision in Response to Parkinson’s Disease Concerns
The EPA has asked a federal appeals court to let it reconsider an interim review on Paraquat's approval in the face of a lawsuit indicating the agency did not follow…
Court Selects 20 More Paraquat Lawsuits For Limited Discovery, As Start of First Trial Reset for July 2023
A federal judge has selected 20 more Paraquat lawsuits to be prepared for possible early trial dates.
The first Paraquat bellwether trials over claims the weed killer causes Parkinson's disease have been postponed until next year.
Paraquat Plaintiffs Selected for Full Trial Work Up Will Submit to Defense Medical Exams for Neurological Injuries
Paraquat plaintiffs and defendants have agreed to a plan to have all potential bellwether plaintiffs examined by defense doctors to determine the extent and cause of their neurological injuries.
Parkinson’s Disease Paraquat Lawsuit Filed By Licensed Applicator After Mixing, Preparing and Spraying Herbicide
A Nebraska man says he developed Parkinson's disease while working as a licensed applicator of Paraquat for nearly 20 years.
Six Paraquat lawsuits have been selected for case-specific discovery ahead of the first bellwether trials.
A Paraquat wrongful death lawsuit claims an Illinois farmer was never warned that use of the herbicide could cause Parkinson's disease.
A federal judge has ordered parties involved in Paraquat litigation to describe in what order they want to send 16 potential bellwether trials before juries.
Lawsuit Alleges Paraquat Caused Parkinson’s Disease While Working on Farms and as Chemical Applicator
A Missouri farm worker and licensed applicator says he developed Parkinson's disease after years of exposure to the toxic herbicide.
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