WASHINGTON -- A closely watched legal dispute pitting consumer privacy rights against the obligation of financial institutions to report potential criminal activity will not go to trial.

The parties in MacLean v. Riggs National Bank settled the case late last month, according Michael Crotty, the American Bankers Association deputy general counsel.

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