Topic Archives: Syngenta Corn
Syngenta Corn Seed Settlement to Result in $1.4B in Payments to U.S. Farmers
A $1.4 billion settlement agreement will resolve tens of thousands of claims by U.S. farmers who say they lost money when Syngenta rolled out its genetically modified Viptera corn seed…
Syngenta Corn Seed Lawsuit Results in $218 Million Verdict for Farmers
A class action lawsuit against Syngenta resulted in a $218 million verdict for farmers in the state of Kansas who say they suffered financial losses due to China rejecting the…
Syngenta Lawsuits Over Viptera, Duracade Corn Seed Allowed to Move Forward
Lawsuits filed over Syngenta genetically modified corn seeds are being allowed to move forward following the company's efforts to have them dismissed.
More than 1,300 Syngenta Farmer Claims Being Pursued Over Genetically Modified Corn Seed
Even after China's approval of Syngenta genetically modified corn, farmers continue to file lawsuits for economic damages suffered while the corn sat in approval limbo.
Syngenta Genetically Modified Corn Approved For Use in China
Syngenta has announced that its genetically-modified corn, the subject of a number of lawsuits, has been approved for export to China.
Syngenta Corn Seed Lawsuits Centralized in Federal MDL
With a growing number of lawsuits being filed throughout the federal court system over problems with Syngenta genetically modified (GMO) corn seeds, a panel of federal judges has decided to…
Centralization of Syngenta GMO Corn Lawsuits to be Considered by MDL Panel
Both plaintiffs' attorneys and defendants are pushing for the consolidation of lawsuits over Syngenta genetically modified corn, which farmers say the company mislead them into thinking China would accept.
Syngenta Corn Class Action Lawsuits Filed Over Genetically Modified Seeds
Syngenta faces a growing number of lawsuits from farmers who say the company cost them money by selling a genetically-modified breed of corn rejected in China, the larges importer of…
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