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A federal judge granted a summary judgement order ending an unusual lawsuit against the $470 million OnPath Federal Credit Union, claiming two of its former CEOs sexually harassed, and discriminated and retaliated against fired executive Matt Harney.

U.S. District Court Judge Ivan Lemelle in New Orleans issued the order in late September after Harney, OnPath’s former head of facilities services, failed to submit court documents to oppose the credit union’s motion for summary judgement, which asked the judge to rule on the lawsuit’s undisputed facts.

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