Precigen Securities Litigation

This official website is maintained by the Claims Administrator under the supervision of Lead Counsel for the members of the Settlement Class in the Action entitled, Abadilla et al. v. Precigen, Inc. et al., Case No. 5:20-cv-06936-BLF (N.D. Cal.) (the “Action”), which is pending in the United States District Court for the Northern District of California.


Deadline for Submission: November 25, 2023

To recover as a Settlement Class Member based on the claims asserted against the Released Defendant Persons in this Action, you must complete, sign, and submit this Proof of Claim and Release Form (“Claim Form”). If you fail to submit a properly addressed Claim Form, your claim may be rejected, and you may be barred from any recovery from the Net Settlement Fund created under the proposed Settlement. YOU MUST MAIL OR SUBMIT ONLINE YOUR COMPLETED AND SIGNED CLAIM FORM, TOGETHER WITH COPIES OF THE DOCUMENTS REQUESTED HEREIN, ON OR BEFORE NOVEMBER 25, 2023, TO:

Precigen Securities Litigation Settlement
c/o A.B. Data
P.O. Box 173117
Milwaukee, WI 53217

1. It is important that you read and understand the Notice of Proposed Settlement of Class Action (the “Notice”) that accompanies this Claim Form. The Notice describes the proposed Settlement and how Settlement Class Members’ rights may be affected by it. The Notice also contains the definitions of many of the defined terms (which are indicated by initial capital letters) used in this Claim Form. By signing and submitting the Claim Form, you will be certifying that you have read and that you understand the Notice, including the terms of the releases that you will be giving if you submit a Claim Form.

2. This Claim Form is directed to all Persons who purchased or otherwise acquired publicly traded shares of the common stock of Precigen, Inc. f/k/a/ Intrexon Corporation (“Precigen”) (ticker PGEN, formerly XON) (“Precigen Common Shares”) between May 10, 2017, and September 25, 2020, inclusive (the “Settlement Class Period”). If you fit within this definition, and (i) are not excluded from the class by reason of your relationship to one of the Defendants or their affiliates (see Notice at Response to Questions 3-4) and (ii) do not exclude yourself by submitting a request for exclusion (see Notice at Response to Question 12), then you are a Settlement Class Member.

3. If you are NOT a Settlement Class Member, you may NOT participate in the Settlement, you should NOT submit a Claim Form, and any Claim Form you submit will be rejected.

4. If you are a Settlement Class Member and you do not timely request exclusion, you will be bound by the terms of any judgment entered in this Action, including the releases provided for under the Settlement (see Notice at Question 11), whether or not you submit a Claim Form.

5. Submission of this Claim Form does not guarantee that you will share in the proceeds of the Settlement. The distribution of the Net Settlement Fund will be governed by the Plan of Allocation set forth in the Notice, or by such other plan of allocation that is ultimately approved by the Court.

6. Use Part 1 of this online form, “Claimant Identification,” to identify each purchaser or acquiror of the Precigen Common Shares that form the basis of this claim. THIS CLAIM FORM MUST BE FILED BY THE ACTUAL BENEFICIAL PURCHASER(S) OR ACQUIRER(S) OF THE PRECIGEN COMMON SHARES UPON WHICH THE CLAIM IS BASED, OR BY THEIR LEGAL REPRESENTATIVE.

7. Separate Claim Forms should be submitted for each separate legal entity (e.g., a claim from joint owners should not include separate transactions of just one of the joint owners, and an individual should not combine his or her IRA transactions with transactions made solely in the individual’s name). Generally, a single Claim Form should be submitted on behalf of one legal entity including all holdings and transactions made by that entity on one Claim Form. However, if a single person or legal entity had multiple accounts that were separately managed, separate Claim Forms may be submitted for each such account. The Claim Administrator reserves the right to request information on all holdings and transactions in Precigen Common Shares (including short sales) made on behalf of a single beneficial owner.

8. All joint beneficial owners, purchasers or acquirers must sign this Claim Form.

9. Agents, executors, administrators, guardians, conservators, and trustees must complete and sign this Claim Form on behalf of Persons represented by them. They must also (i) identify the capacity in which they are acting; (ii) identify the name, account number, Social Security Number (or Taxpayer Identification Number) of the beneficial owner (or other Person or entity on whose behalf they are acting); and (iii) provide documentary evidence of their authority to legally bind the person or entity on whose behalf they are acting to the Claim Form. (Authority to complete and sign a Claim Form cannot be established by stockbrokers who show only that they have discretionary authority to trade in another person’s accounts.)

10. By submitting a signed Claim Form, you will be swearing to the truth of the statements contained therein and the genuineness of the documents attached thereto, subject to penalties of perjury under U.S. law. Making false statements or submitting fraudulent documentation will result in the rejection of your Claim and may subject you to civil liability or criminal prosecution.

11. Use Part 2 of this form, entitled “Schedule of Transactions in Precigen Common Shares,” to supply all requested details of your transaction(s) in, including free transfers and deliveries, in, and holdings of, Precigen Common Shares. On this schedule, provide all of the requested information with respect to your holdings, purchases, acquisitions, and sales of Precigen Common Shares, whether such transactions resulted in a profit or a loss. List each transaction separately and in chronological order, by trade date, beginning with the earliest. You must accurately provide the month, day, and year of each transaction you list. The date of covering a “short sale” is deemed to be the date of purchase of Precigen Common Shares. The date of a “short sale” is deemed to be the date of sale of Precigen Common Shares. Failure to report all such transactions may result in your claim being rejected.


13. YOUR CLAIM IS NOT DEEMED SUBMITTED UNTIL YOU RECEIVE AN ACKNOWLEDGMENT POSTCARD. The Claims Administrator will acknowledge receipt of your Claim Form by mail within 60 days. If you do not receive an acknowledgment postcard within 60 days, please call the Claims Administrator toll-free at 1-866-540-4950.

14. NOTICE REGARDING ELECTRONIC FILES: Certain claimants with large numbers of transactions may request, or may be requested, to submit information regarding their transactions in electronic files. All such claimants MUST also submit a manually signed paper Claim Form, whether or not they also submit electronic copies. If you wish to submit your claim electronically, you must contact the Claims Administrator at or 1-866-540-4950 to obtain the mandatory file layout. Any file that does not comply with the required electronic filing format will be subject to rejection. No electronic files will be considered to have been properly submitted unless the Claims Administrator issues to the claimant a written acknowledgment of receipt and acceptance of electronically submitted data. Do not assume that your file has been received until you receive this email. If you do not receive such an email within 10 days of your submission, you should contact the Claims Administrator’s electronic filing department at to inquire about your file and confirm it was received.