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Topic - Geoff Greenwood
A former University of Northern Iowa student who claimed administrators treated her poorly after she was sexually assaulted by football players in 2004 will receive $50,000 to drop her lawsuit, according to the terms of an agreement released Tuesday.
The nation's five largest mortgage lenders have agreed to overhaul their industry after deceptive foreclosure practices drove homeowners out of their homes, government officials said Monday.
"We felt it was in everyone's best interest to settle this matter," said Geoff Greenwood, a spokesman for the Iowa Attorney General's Office, which was defending the university.
Mr. Greenwood said late Monday that there are "terms we must still resolve."