Catalent, Inc.

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According to the complaint, the Defendants are accused of making false and misleading statements or failing to disclose crucial information during the class period. The alleged misconduct includes: a) Catalent overstating its revenue and earnings by recognizing revenue before it was due under GAAP; b) Catalent having significant weaknesses in its internal control over financial reporting with respect to revenue recognition; c) Catalent misleadingly portraying the demand for its products while knowingly selling more products to its direct customers than could be sold to healthcare providers and end consumers; d) Catalent breaching regulatory rules at key production facilities in order to produce excess inventory that was used to inflate the company’s financial results by prematurely recognizing revenue or providing it to direct customers; and e) as a result of the above, the defendants did not have a sound basis for their optimistic statements about the company’s financial performance, outlook, and regulatory compliance during the class period.