I had heard about this decision on the radio - the Norman Goldman program on WCPT Chicago. The reason this got the decision in favor of the plaintiff is kind of sad. Because he used RoundUp at work, it was at the direction of his employer, so use of glyphosate was not part of a contract. As in software, credit cards, and cell phones, there are contracts with clause requiring arbitration(with the arbitrator selected by the respective corporation). With a regular trial, the plaintiff was able to score(until after the likely appeals) a pretty goo settlement. The sad thing is, the plaintiff only has about 6 months to live. That’s why he got the expedited trial. He likely won’t be alive when the case is settled. Watch for weed killer labels citing arbitration from now on.