G&E Settles PCB Litigation on Behalf of District of Columbia, Monsanto to Pay $52 Million

G&E represented the District of Columbia in a lawsuit against chemical manufacturer Monsanto concerning its production, marketing, distribution, and sale of polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs). The toxic chemical, sold by Monsanto for almost 50 years, caused widespread contamination of the District’s natural resources, including major waterways such as the Potomac and Anacostia Rivers. The $52 million settlement holds Monsanto responsible for environmental damage as well as health risks to the District’s residents, and will help fund the clean-up of the contaminated waterways.

G&E attorneys representing the District include Kyle J. McGee, Viola Vetter, and Jason Wilson.

Read the Attorney General for the District of Columbia’s Press Release.