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For more than a year and a half, a former branch manager used the federal court system in an unsuccessful attempt to thwart an NCUA investigation that ultimately led to an embezzlement allegation against her.

Jihan Michelle Davis, who worked as a branch manager for the $15.4 million Lexington Avenue Federal Credit Union in Rochester, N.Y., filed a lawsuit against the NCUA in November 2017, claiming her Bank of America accounts should not be disclosed because the independent federal agency did not comply with provisions of the Right to Financial Privacy Act.

Peter Strozniak

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