“Had DuPont tested Imprelis appropriately before distributing it to the marketplace, it would have found that these widely used trees were susceptible to being killed,” said Christopher Keller, a partner at Labaton Sucharow representing the plaintiffs. “There are certainly at least tens of millions of damages from the forestry that is being killed. My understanding is that this is the first lawsuit, and certainly the first seeking class-action status," he added.
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