The Syngenta MIR 162 Corn Litigation has a pending settlement. The settlement, which must be approved by the court, will establish a fund for the submission of claims by eligible claimants who contracted to price corn or corn byproducts after September 15, 2013.
Click here to stay up to date on case developments. There are several upcoming trials. During the trials, this website will post daily updates
A U.S. jury on Friday ordered Syngenta to pay $217.7 million to more than 7,000 Kansas farmers over its decision to commercialize a genetically modified strain of corn before China approved importing it. Click here for more information.
The first trial in the of tens of thousands of U.S. lawsuits against Swiss agribusiness giant Syngenta began on Monday, April 24, 2017 in Minneapolis, MN. The lawsuit seeks to hold Syngenta accountable for its decision to introduce a genetically engineered corn seed variety to the U.S. market before China approved it for imports. For more information about the trial and the case, click here.
The Wall Street Journal has a story about an Illinois grain-shipping company that was forced to declare bankruptcy due to China's rejection of a genetically modified corn strain manufactured by Syngenta. The Journal story can be read here. Please see our Syngenta page for more information about the Syngenta corn litigation.
Great news...as discussed at many of our farmer meetings, our group has been picked as lead counsel in the Minnesota Syngenta litigation!
Did you grow corn in 2013 and/or 2014? Come to one of our meetings to find out how you can recover between $0.22 and $1.00 per bushel in lost corn income! We will be at the following locations on August 4-5, 11 and 25:
We will be holding town hall meetings in Illinois and Wisconsin from July 14-17 to discuss the Syngenta corn lawsuit. Please visit us at one of the following meetings to learn more.
ATTENTION CORN FARMERS: DID YOU PRODUCE CORN IN 2013 OR 2014? IF SO, CONTACT BIRD, JACOBSEN & STEVENS, P.C. ABOUT A CLAIM AGAINST CORN-SEED GIANT SYNGENTA.