After a seven-year legal battle, the $570 million Michigan FirstCredit Union said it is pleased with a court’s decision to uphold a2009 verdict in a fidelity bond denial case.

“We are pleased with the court’s decision to side with MichiganFirst, and with the latest victory we consider this legal battleover,” said Michael Poulos, president/CEO of Michigan First inLathrup Village, Mich.

Although CUNA Mutual may legally ask the United States SupremeCourt to review the case, Michigan First’s law firms, Holzman Corkery PLLC in Southfield, Mich. andMcAlpine and Associates of Auburn Hills, Mich., believe a review bythe Supreme Court is highly unlikely, the credit union said.

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