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A growing number of Syngenta GMO corn seed lawsuits are being filed in courts around the U.S. that accuse the Swiss-based agribusiness of attempting to commercialize a genetically modified (GMO) product that has not been approved for sale in China. These Syngenta GMO corn seed lawsuits claim that Syngenta’s efforts to do so have cost U.S. agribusinesses and farmers millions of dollars, due to China’s rejection of more than one million metric tons of corn meant for export to that country.
Wright & Schulte LLC’s Syngenta Corn Farm lawyers are endeavoring to help Ohio farmers become more educated about the growing Syngenta litigation, as well as a local law firm and attorneys willing and able to stand up for their rights against this large agribusiness.
The firm currently has two Town Hall Meetings For Corn Farmers scheduled in Ohio:
February 17, 2015 – 6:00 p.m.
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820 Trenton Avenue
Findlay, OH 45840
February 19, 2015 – 6:00 p.m.
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Dayton, OH 45414
U.S.-based farmers and agribusiness should consider filing a Syngenta GMO corn seed lawsuit if they incurred significant financial losses due to Syngenta’s practices. The attorneys at Wright & Schulte LLC are committed to ensuring that this company is held accountable for the damages that resulted from its attempts to commercialize an unapproved GMO corn seed. To learn more, please contact Wright & Schulte LLC as soon as possible for a free, no-obligation Syngenta lawsuit consultation to ensure you are treated fairly and receive all of the compensation the law allows.
Agrisure Viptera GMO Corn Seed
The product at the center of Syngenta lawsuits is known as Agrisure Viptera GMO corn seed. Syngenta genetically modified this seed so that the resulting plants will produce proteins that resist pests. China, a major market for U.S. agricultural products, has not approved Agrisure Viptera, though Syngenta did apply for approval in 2010.
Because of China’s decision to reject U.S. corn tainted by Agrisure Viptera, shipments to that country were off by 85% during the first seven months of 2014 compared to the same period in 2013. Corn prices have dropped nearly 60% from their peak in 2012, in part due to the lack of export demand.
Syngenta GMO corn seed lawsuits filed by Cargill and other big agribusinesses claim that Agrisure Viptera can now be found throughout the U.S. corn supply chain. As such, Cargill says it can no longer sell U.S. corn to China. Cargill’s complaint claims that Syngenta’s sale of the unapproved seed exposed it to more than $90 million in losses.
Another Syngenta lawsuit filed on behalf of Trans Coastal Supply Co. claims that the attempt to commercialize the Agrisure Viptera seed was motivated by greed. The lawsuit also asserts that Syngenta’s behavior has the potential to destroy U.S. exports of corn to China. Trans Coastal is alleged to have sustained losses around $141 million.
Filing A Syngenta GMO corn seed Lawsuit Consultations
Wright & Schulte LLC is offering free Syngenta GMO corn seed lawsuit consultations to farmers and agribusiness that have suffered financially due to Syngenta’s conduct. To explore your legal options, please contact Wright & Schulte LLC today by completing the online form on the right, or call toll free, 1-800-399-079.