Monsanto Roundup Videos
In the videos below, you will find helpful information about the Roundup cancer litigation against Monsanto. The videos can be watched in sequence or you can click on the top left of the video screen or choose below to navigate to the video of your choosing.
In this video, Roundup lawyer Brent Wisner answers some frequently asked questions about the Monsanto litigation:
- What is Roundup?
- Why is Roundup dangerous?
- Does wearing protective gear prevent exposure to Roundup?
- Why has Roundup been banned?
In this video, Brent Wisner discusses the mechanisms by which Roundup causes cancer. Learn more about the genotoxicity of glyphosate, oxidative stress and the effect that glyphosate has on human microbiota.
The Monsanto litigation is personal to attorney Brent Wisner, whose father worked with Cesar Chavez to protect farmers and farm workers from dangerous toxins.
Baum Hedlund Aristei & Goldman Roundup cancer lawyers TV commercial.
KSBY 6 sat down with Teri McCall, who filed a lawsuit against Monsanto alleging exposure to Roundup caused her husband to develop the cancer that ultimately took his life.
Monsanto Roundup lawyer R. Brent Wisner and his client, Teri McCall, were invited to discuss the Monsanto legal cases on KFCF’s ‘Down in the Valley’ radio show, hosted by Lloyd Carter.
RFK, Jr. discusses the harmful effects of Roundup at a press conference in support of the State of California Environmental Protection Agency’s Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA), which Monsanto named in a lawsuit.
RFK, Jr. on Monsanto’s marketing and PR campaigns, which were designed to silence independent, peer-reviewed science that calls into question the safety of glyphosate.
Attorney Michael Baum, the managing shareholder of Baum Hedlund Aristei & Goldman, discusses the science linking Roundup weed killer to cancer, specifically non-Hodgkin lymphoma. John Barton, a third generation Bakersfield farmer, talks about his non-Hodgkin lymphoma diagnosis after many years of using Roundup.
Teri McCall and Deborah Brooks describe how their husbands were diagnosed with non-Hodgkin lymphoma after being exposed to Roundup. United Farm Workers (UFW) president Arturo S. Rodriguez discusses why California needs to warn farmers and farm workers about the side effects of glyphosate, the active ingredient in Roundup.
TV commercial for Baum Hedlund Aristei & Goldman discussing $289 million verdict in Johnson v. Monsanto Co. Our firm is filing Roundup cancer lawsuits on behalf of victims nationwide who allege exposure to Roundup caused them to develop non-Hodgkin lymphoma.
Award-winning trial attorney Brent Wisner from the law firm of Baum Hedlund Aristei & Goldman, delivers the closing argument in the trial of Dewayne “Lee” Johnson v. Monsanto Company.
Plaintiff Dewayne “Lee” Johnson gives a statement on the $289 million verdict in the first Roundup cancer trial. Brent Wisner of Baum Hedlund Aristei & Goldman (co-lead trial attorney), David Dickens of the Miller Firm (co-lead trial attorney), Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. (co-counsel to Baum Hedlund) and Mark Burton of Audet & Partners (Johnson trial team) discuss the verdict and take questions.
California jurors awarded $289 million in a massive verdict against Monsanto in the case of a Bay Area groundskeeper who developed terminal non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma after using Monsanto’s Roundup herbicide. Following the verdict, Brent Wisner, co-lead trial counsel for Dewayne “Lee” Johnson, sat down with Democracy Now’s Amy Goodman to discuss the evidence presented during the Johnson trial, along with the significance of the Monsanto verdict.
An Alameda jury ordered Monsanto to pay more than $2 billion in punitive damages to Alva and Alberta Pilliod, a California couple diagnosed with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma after using Roundup on their properties for decades. In this interview with Democracy Now’s Amy Goodman, attorney Brent Wisner, co-lead trial counsel for Alva and Alberta Pilliod, discusses the historic verdict.
In an appearance on Democracy Now! with Amy Goodman, Brent Wisner discusses the EPA’s stance on glyphosate. “The simple fact is that the EPA has got it wrong on glyphosate…these lawsuits only exist because the EPA has failed the American public for 45 years, and Monsanto is allowed to get away with reckless conduct with essentially impunity.”
Case Against Monsanto Over Roundup, Ranger Pro Goes to Jury
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ABC7 Society – Man Dying of Cancer Takes the Stand Against Monsanto
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