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Oskar Mielczarek, the former CEO of the 78,000-member, $1.5 billion Polish and Slavic Federal Credit Union appears to have acted in accord with federal law when he tried to hire non-Polish staff at the Brooklyn, N.Y., credit union, according to human resource lawyers familiar with Mielczarek’s suit against the credit union’s board of directors.

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