Attorneys for concert promoter AEG Live will now make their case in the wrongful death lawsuit brought by the family of Michael Jackson.
Katherine Jackson took the stand Friday in the trial of her family’s wrongful-death lawsuit against AEG Live.
Thursday the leading expert for the Jackson family in the civil trial spoke about the negative effects propofol could have had on Jackson in the weeks before his death.
The documents prepared by AEG Live LLC envisioned 186 shows, with Jackson earning $132 million for his performances.
Taj Jackson, 39, testified in the wrongful death trial stemming from a lawsuit filed by Michael Jackson’s mother against concert promoting giant AEG Live.
The judge called a recess after the late star’s creative partner, Kenny Ortega, broke down in tears on the witness stand during a negligence lawsuit filed by Jackson’s mother against AEG Live LLC.
Drug addiction specialist Dr. Sidney Schnoll told the jury many times an addiction can be cured if a doctor gets to the root of the problem.
Dr. Charles Czeisler, who specializes in sleep study, told jurors in Los Angeles Superior Court the anesthetic propofol Conrad Murray administered to Jackson to help him sleep in the weeks prior to his death prevented the star’s brain from getting the rest it needed to allow him to perform.
Randy Phillips was called to the stand in a downtown Los Angeles courtroom for a seventh day today for questioning by his attorney, Marvin Putnam.
AEG lawyers continued their questioning of the company’s CEO Randy Phillips, who took the stand for a sixth day to testify in the ongoing wrongful death trial spurred by matriarch Katherine Jackson’s lawsuit against the firm.
The top executive for concert promoter AEG testified Tuesday that Michael Jackson was “mercurial” and “impossible to do business with” as he took the stand for the fifth day in the wrongful death lawsuit filed by the late singer’s mother.
AEG CEO Randy Phillips was called to the stand Wednesday by attorneys representing Katherine Jackson.
The head of AEG Live told a jury on Tuesday that he believes a lawsuit filed by Michael Jackson’s mother against the concert promotion company was a baseless extortion attempt.
A top AEG executive took the stand Tuesday as attorneys for Katherine Jackson presented emails in which he called Michael Jackson “lazy” and suggested that AEG executives misrepresent how much the singer would earn from his planned comeback tour.
Michael Jackson’s Mother In Tears At AEG Trial As E-Mails Reveal He Was ‘Weak and Fatigued’ Before Shows
Katherine Jackson listened while e-mails between AEG executives describing how her son looked in the days before his death were reviewed.