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UPDATE: the makers of Roundup©

New York Times reports that court documents revealed that Monsanto, the makers of Roundup© and similar weed killing products containing the chemical Glyphosate, had used internally created scientific documents, which they later presented as an impartial review, to down-play of the possible side-effects of Glyphosate exposure. The same court documents also indicated that a senior official with the Environmental Protection…

Round-Up and Glyphosate Weedkillers May Lead to Cancer in those with Long-term Exposure

Roundup® is the brand name for glyphosate, a chemical herbicide used to control the growth of weeds has recently been linked to cases of cancer, specifically non-Hodgkin lymphoma. Recent scientific studies have called into question the safety of the weed killing chemical Round-up and other glyphosate based products.[i] [ii]The new concerns regarding the safety of these products has the potential…

Mona Lisa Wallace Lectures in New Orleans

Mona Lisa Lectures Southern Trial Lawyers on Hog and Coal Ash Lagoons Wallace & Graham Senior Partner, Mona Lisa Wallace, spoke on Saturday, February 25, 2017 in New Orleans at the Southern Trial Lawyers’ Association (STLA) Annual Conference.  Ms. Wallace addressed various laws, regulations, and circumstances affecting North Carolina and other Southeastern states and the environment.  Her firm has litigation…

Remembering Justice Scalia

The United States Supreme Court has recently lost a huge member.   Conservative-icon Justice Antonin Scalia died of natural causes on Saturday, February 13, 2016. Justice Scalia was appointed in 1986 by President Ronald Reagan and served for nearly three decades on the Supreme Court.  In the past 60 years, Justice Scalia is only the second Supreme Court Justice to have…

Groups Challenge the Constitutionality of North Carolina’s Ag-Gag Law

A group of animal rights and consumer protection organizations filed suit in federal court this past Wednesday to challenge the constitutionality of the Property Protection Act, better known as the “ag-gag” law. The law passed in 2015 allows employers to sue employees who take photos, video, or any other data from their property without their consent. The lawsuit contends that…