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15 SEP 95 - Slater and Gordon accounted for the Workplace Reform Association file - under lock and key. What happened?

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On 11 September 1995 Geoff Shaw and Peter Gordon held a formal, recorded exit interview with GILLARD about The AWU Scandal.

During the interview they refer to the AWU Workplace Reform Association Inc file as being present on the table, including a copy of the letter/submission to the WA Office of State Corporate Affairs arguing the case for incorporation (through a ministerial review of the Commissioner's decision not to incorporate).

Here now is proof that the file was properly accounted for and placed into safe custody after the interview.

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Here is a selection of internal Slater and Gordon file notes.

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The great tragedy is that WA detectives were within days of executing a search warrant authorising them to seize documents from Slater and Gordon in Melbourne - when the WA DPP canned the investigation and prosecution.

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