Monsanto takedown–what’s next for farmers after $265 MILLION dicamba verdict?


Three Real Voices From U.S. Farm Country expressed their views and concerns today during a phone briefing that addressed what farmers should do who have been damaged by the controversial dicamba herbicide from Monsanto/Bayer and BASF. The interactive briefing was to assist farmers in responding to the recent $265 million verdict in Missouri. The questions fielded by the law firm Peiffer Wolf Carr & Kane (Peiffer Wolf) during the phone-based media briefing today can be heard here: 


In addition to bringing forward dicamba-damaged farmers from across the U.S. to speak publicly about what happens next, Peiffer Wolf also will provide its estimate of how many dicamba lawsuits could end up being filed in the wake of the $265 million Bader Farms verdict in Cape Girardeau, Missouri.

Speakers will include:

An Arkansas soybean farmer;
A Missouri tree farmer;
A North Carolina tobacco farmer;
Joseph Peiffer, managing partner, Peiffer Wolf Carr & Kane; and
Paul Lesko, attorney, Peiffer Wolf Carr & Kane.

CAN’T PARTICIPATE?: A streaming audio replay of this news event will be available as of 5 p.m. CST/6 p.m. EST on Wednesday, February 26, 2020, at


RSVP/MEDIA CONTACT: Max Karlin at (703) 276-3255 and

Peiffer Wolf Carr & Kane, APLC is a national law firm with offices in Missouri, Cleveland, Austin, New York, New Orleans, San Francisco, and Los Angeles.