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We understand that this problem endangers your livelihood. In fact, the National Grain and Feed Association estimated in an April report that rejected shipments had directly cost grain companies $427 million, and said the total losses to U.S. agriculture, including the impact on prices and other factors, exceeded $1 billion.
We are a team of four law firms appointed by the Court Co-Lead Counsel in the litigation pending against Syngenta in Kansas City, Kansas. Our group represents over farmers and farming entities in 22 states: Alabama, Arkansas, Colorado, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas and Wisconsin.
Members of our team also served as Co-Lead Counsel and in other leadership positions for thousands of rice farmers and others in the rice industry, in similar litigation against Bayer relating to Liberty Link Rice. Our leadership efforts culminated in a $750 million settlement on behalf of all rice farmers.
Below is the team of lawyers from Gray Reed, Hare Wynn, Gray Ritter and Stueve Siegel that are representing corn farmers in the class action lawsuit against Syngenta.
Here is the order concerning appointment of co-lead counsel.