Christmas is coming early at Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd after firm litigators struck a $1.21 billion deal to settle a securities fraud class action against Valeant Pharmaceuticals, which was represented by a team featuring Simpson Thacher & Bartlett partners Paul Curnin and Craig Waldman.

The company, now known as Bausch Health, announced the settlement in a press release on Monday.

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