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Court Upholds Employer's Conviction for Grand Theft, Failure to Provide Comp Coverage

Tuesday, December 5, 2017 | 1018 | 0 | 2 min read

A California appellate court last week upheld an employer’s conviction for grand theft and failing to secure workers’ compensation insurance coverage for his consignment vehicle dealership. The case was People v. Straiton, No. D070565. Kevin Straiton had run Global RV Solutions with his girlfriend, Kara Pitchford. The dealer received motor homes, boats and other vehicles on consignment, and it sold the them on behalf of the owners. The standard consignment agreement called for Global RV to sell the vehicle for a price that exceeded a designated minimum amount set by the own...

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