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An assistant manager at Navy Federal Credit Union voluntarily dropped her lawsuit that alleged the $131 billion credit union retaliated against her for blowing the whistle on mortgage lending practices she claimed were illegal.

Michelle Stevenson, a 20-year Navy Federal employee who served as an assistant manager of Navy Federal’s mortgage underwriting in Herndon, Va., filed a “notice of voluntary dismissal with prejudice,” which was approved by a federal judge in Alexandria, Va., last month.

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