Wednesday, Monsanto filed a federal lawsuit in Pittsburgh against Harold Steve Wiser Jr and Harold V. Wiser, for violating a licensing agreement by replanting Roundup Ready seeds gleaned from crops the previous year.
Now, just a few hours after this story was released, a spokesperson for Monsanto, Sara Miller, is quoted as saying:
The filing was submitted by a third-party vendor and mistakenly included a claim for patent infringement and named Monsanto as the plaintiff. The filing will be amended today.
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