Law Firm Accused Of Not Sharing $30M Fee In Syngenta MDL

By Kevin Penton (March 19, 2021, 11:40 PM EDT) -- Heninger Garrison Davis LLC is refusing to honor an oral agreement to share two-thirds of the $30 million it received in fees from multidistrict litigation involving Syngenta's genetically modified corn, two other law firms are alleging.

Crumley Roberts LLP and Burke Harvey LLC allege that they struck a deal with Heninger Garrison to split three ways any fees the firms received from the litigation, but that the defendant is not meeting its end of the agreement, according to a complaint filed last month in Illinois state court that Heninger Garrison removed Thursday to the Southern District of Illinois.

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