Katherine Jackson wept in court Tuesday as Michael Jackson’s personal chef testified about the day the singer’s children discovered their father dead.
The former head of Capitol Records and high-level positions at several other record companies is being paid to testify for Katherine Jackson in her lawsuit against the concert company.
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.
Five days before Michael Jackson’s death, AEG Live’s top executive described Dr. Conrad Murray as ‘totally unbiased and ethical’ in an email.
Randy Phillips took the stand for questioning for the third consecutive day as the Jackson family’s wrongful death trial against his firm continues.
AEG CEO Randy Phillips was called to the stand Wednesday by attorneys representing Katherine Jackson.
An AEG Live LLC executive who negotiated with Michael Jackson’s doctor says he never considered doing a background check on the singer’s physician.
An AEG executive ended a tough week on the witness stand Friday in Michael Jackson’s wrongful death trial.
A famous sibling of late pop star Michael Jackson made an appearance in court Tuesday as the wrongful death lawsuit against Anschutz Entertainment Group entered its fifth week.
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.
Months before a contract was signed with Michael Jackson, AEG was looking to protect its investment against the possibility of cancelled shows in the singer’s planned tour.
AEG Live LLC did not conduct any background checks or supervise the doctor who was later convicted of killing Michael Jackson, a corporate attorney testified Tuesday in a lawsuit claiming the concert promoter was negligent in hiring the physician.
Michael Jackson’s doctor was not the only person working on the singer’s ill-fated “This Is It” tour without a fully executed contract, a corporate attorney for concert promoter AEG Live LLC testified Monday.
The head choreographer for Michael Jackson’s “This Is It” tour testified Tuesday that he did not have any doubt about Jackson’s ability to perform in the days before his death, but that the singer was not in great shape and at one point appeared to be on drugs.