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KENSINGTON, Md. — At least two board members of Lafayette Federal Credit Union, one sitting and one former, have not appeared for depositions in the credit union’s lawsuit against a former CEO over breach of contract related to the CU’s failed attempt to convert to a mutual bank.

According to a motion brought by the lawyers for William Brooks and his son, William Brooks Jr. the Brookses have sought to depose Thomas Harmon, a sitting member of the board and Norm Cohen, a former member. The Brookses contended in the pleading that although the depositions had been scheduled for some time, the CU belatedly refused to allow the depositions raising issues of confidentiality.

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