Running head: EMPLOYEE CRIMINAL LIABILITYEmployee Criminal LiabilityNameInstitutionDate1EMPLOYEE CRIMINAL LIABILITY2People v. LuoFactsThe defendant, Dan Luo was an employee and assistant to Richard Liu who was a realestate agent. While Liu was a licensed contractor, the defendant was neither a licensed realtornor a contractor. He was assigned to administrative maters and showing properties to buyers. InApril 2010, Liu sold a property to one of the clients and offered to undertake the constructionwork which the client agreed to (People v. Luo (2017) 16 Cal.App.5th 663 [224 Cal.Rptr.3d526].). The construction required extensive excavation to dig out the area for walls and thefoundation. While Liu hired a construction contractor to do the digging and excavation work,they left the left it uncompleted due to non-payment (People v. Luo (2017) 16 Cal.App.5th 663[224 Cal.Rptr.3d 526].). At the time, the defendant was representing Lius company andobserved ongoing works on the site. After the construction contractor hired by Liu abandonedthe work due to non-payment, the defendant had to find new workers to continue with the job(People v. Luo (2017) 16 Cal.App.5t ...
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