Cases filed against Monsanto only happened in California last year. The reason why is that attorneys working for Bayer, the owner of Monsanto, were able to delay lawsuits filed against the corporation in St. Louis County, the headquarters of Monsanto, for 2019.
However, a delay is never a denial. The first case against Monsanto will begin later on today in St. Louis. The litigant is suing Monsanto because the plaintiff contracted non-Hodgkins lymphoma from using the weedkiller RoundUp. All that people are looking to do is to kill weeds in their garden. As a result, they end up with cancer because glyphosate, the main ingredient in RoundUp, is a scientifically-proven carcinogen.