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After months of he-said, she-said, he-violated labor laws, she-violated labor laws, the Alexander Wang sweatshop lawsuit has been put to rest—permanently. As our sister site reports, the case was settled under undisclosed terms but both sides requested "that the case be dismissed with prejudice, meaning that once dismissed, neither side could file an appeal," according to WWD. Case closed. [Racked NY, via WWD]