You don’t need to spend more than a minute on his Twitter page to discover that Mr. Jon Urbana has many interests in life that he has invested in as well as many accomplishments that he has worked hard for. His areas of interest are many and he continues to pursue other ventures in life that are important to him. Aside from all of his other passions, he has become a certified pilot. Urbana also thrived on Villanova’s lacrosse team and now remains head over a skin care laser business and founded his own charity foundation.
With the different changes and new standards evolving through the FAA, he has been recognized for his education efforts and medical standards to have exceeded the expectations of the Federal Aviation Administration. They certainly recommend that all flight attendees travel with a certified pilot to ensure safety and prevent something terrible happening. With Urbana’s experienced flight standards administered by the FAA, he has achieved high standards for his pilot status.
His youth lacrosse camp that he founded is called Next Level Lacrosse, a camp founded by Jon Urbana. It’s based in Denver, Colorado and he started the camp so that players can learn the fundamentals of the game from professional lacrosse athletes. They are the future of Lacrosse, and if they can help the players while they’re young and find the correct position for them, they can utilize their skills better. He started the camp in 2011 along with his friend Lou Braun.
Aside from his other busy activities and business ventures, he is head of biz dev at Ellipse USA, which is a laser skin care facility that has many offices located throughout the United States. They are a company that focuses on correcting skin care issues such as wrinkles, acne scars or other concerns that the patient may have. They concentrate on patient care and client satisfaction, making them one of the leading skin care facilities in the world.
Jon Urbana is also the founder of a charity campaign that helps cats to remain at the shelter and not be killed. All of the proceeds that he collects are donated to the shelter where the cats live until they are re-homed with foster parents. Urbana has always exhibited care and concern when it comes to animals, and hopes to continue with donations.
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Sygenta, which specializes in developing GMO (Genetically Modified Organism) seeds is under litigation by class action suits. Currently Monsanto is trying to buy Syganta at a price of $45 billion.Sygenta has been focused on pesticides and Monsanto on seeds. Sygenta’s insect- resistant corn and the failure of the deal is the focus of the class action suit.
Farmers who had sold corn to China were informed that the 130 billion bushel order was canceled because some of the corn had been contaminated by GMO corn which is prohibited for import into China. The resulting cancellation caused a serious drop in crop prices and losses for farmers. They claim that Sygenta claimed the corn could be planted side by side with non-GMO corn.The non-GMO corn was infacted with the GMO and was rejected by the buyer in China.
The GMO process and its integration into farming has been controversial from the beginning. Several States have begun requiring labels to be attached to foods which use GMO ingredients and despite claims to the contrary, no in-depth research into any long range effects of GMO products on humans has been conducted.
Estimates are that over 400,000 farmers were affected by the GMO corn and drop in sales and at last count the Firm of Watts-Guerra had over 21,000 clients for the suit. Watts-Guerra is led by Mikal C. Watts, an experienced attorney with a record of progressive advancement in the Law. A Corpus Christi native, Watts has specialized in this type or class action suit and in succeeding in case presentation.He has successfully litigated against corporations and is a leader in mass tort and class action suits.
To date spokespersons for Sygenta have denied all claims. However, it is all too obvious that evidence for the infection of the corn and its rejection by the buyers was due to omissions by Sygenta in informing the farmers of the dangers of side by side planting. Farmers who suffered economic loss from poor market prices for their corn are encouraged to seek relief through the class action suit.