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A federal judge approved the dismissal of a lawsuit brought by a former senior executive Anie Akpe-Lewis who claimed her supervisors at the $4.2 billion Municipal Credit Union ignored and retaliated against her over complaints of sexual harassment by Kam Wong, the former president/CEO of the New York financial cooperative.

Lawyers for Akpe-Lewis, Wong, MCU, and others said in a letter that both sides reached a confidential settlement. On Monday, U.S. District Court Judge William F. Kuntz’s for the Eastern District in Brooklyn ordered the case be dismissed with prejudice, meaning Akpe-Lewis can never refile the same case before the court.

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