A federal judge has restarted dozens of Roundup cases that failed to settle following an earlier announcement of agreements totaling up to $10.9 billion.

U.S. District Judge Vince Chhabria, who had stayed the Roundup litigation to give Monsanto, which is now owned by Bayer, more time to finalize the settlements, refused to hold off any further on upcoming trials. On Monday, at a Zoom hearing, he scheduled multiple deadlines for 2021, including a Jan. 25 pretrial conference in one case.

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