Solved by a verified expert:CASE STUDY (FINAL APPLIED PROJECT)OverviewThis assignment is designed for you to perform a case analysis on a complex situation that occurred in the 1990’s. Monsanto Canada Inc. is a Fortune 500 company committed to sustainable agriculture, working alongside farmers to produce the food that our country needs. They produce agricultural and vegetable seeds, crop protection chemicals, and biotechnology to alter plant traits. Globally, they employ 21,035 people at 404 facilities in 66 countries.However, since the 1950s, Monsanto has been involved in some less than ethical practices. Most notable, Monsanto sued Percy Schmeiser for using a Monsanto product, claiming patent infringement. The courts determined that the Monsanto patent was valid, but did not require Mr. Schmeiser to pay the $400,000. This case (Monsanto Canada Inc. v Schmeiser, is the foundation to your case analysis.RequirementsFor your case study, please provide a detailed account of the Monsanto vs. Schmeiser case. Your case study should also address:the likely reasons for Monsanto’s approach to increase crop productionroles of government in approving genetically engineered cropsagbiotech and farmer acceptanceanti-biotech campaigns associated with this case.In addition to this information, include information on the ethical responsibility of Monsanto, and what bioethical issues are of concern to this organization, and the case. Also include any less than bioethical practices performed. Lastly, how do you think the Monsanto vs. Schmeiser case has affected the public opinion of Monsanto and its place in agriculture?FormatThe case study should be presented in a paper format, with a title page. The paper must be written in MLA format, with full citations listed at the end.