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Tuesday, 04 December 2012

Cambridge tries to stop the redundancy cheques - the letter

You know that we've previously posted the actual redunancy cheques paid to members of Wilson's team on 16 August, 1995, after legal negotiations between Wilson (represented by Slater and Gordon) and Bob Smith (represented by Maurice Blackburn).

Now this letter from Ian Cambridge to the State Bank trying to stop the cheques being paid.   Too late, as you'll have seen the cheques were all negotiated on the spot.

Cambridge tries to stop the redundancy cheques

 



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