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A Louisiana federal judge dismissed a credit union’s third-party demand last week against one of its two former CEOs who allegedly subjected a former executive to numerous incidents of sexual harassment, discrimination and retaliation that created a hostile work environment, leading to his termination.

In court documents, the $406 million OnPath Federal Credit Union in Harahan, La., has repeatedly denied the allegations made by Matt Harney in his federal lawsuit. He alleged two former OnPath CEOs, Mignhon Tourné and Sonya Jarvis Lawler, sexually harassed him while he worked as the credit union’s director of operations from 2010 to 2019.

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