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.
A choreographer who helped late pop superstar Michael Jackson plan his comeback tour took the stand Monday in the third week of the trial against entertainment giant AEG.
Michael Jackson’s longtime hair and makeup artist testified Thursday that AEG’s co-CEO was aware of the singer’s mix of medications, which she said he began receiving nearly two decades before his death.
Toxicologist Daniel Anderson was the first to take the stand in the second week of testimony in Katherine Jackson’s multi-billion-dollar civil suit against AEG.
A police detective has testified that Michael Jackson’s mother told him the family had tried drug interventions for the singer, believing he was addicted to painkillers.
Five days before Michael Jackson died, his manager called the singer’s doctor and said Jackson was sick.
The doctor convicted of involuntarily killing Michael Jackson appeared to be on trial again Wednesday as a lawyer for Jackson’s mother tried to show the physician’s desperate financial situation drove him to extremes in his treatment of the superstar.
The Jackson family seeks billions from mega promoter AEG.
The most complete account of Michael Jackson’s final months is about to unfold in a cramped Los Angeles courtroom Monday, nearly four years after the pop superstar’s death.
A jury of six men and six women was accepted by both sides on Monday for the trial of a wrongful death lawsuit filed by the mother of Michael Jackson against AEG concert promoters.
Lawyers have rejected some prospective jurors in a wrongful death lawsuit filed by Michael Jackson’s mother against concert giant AEG.
There will be no cameras allowed inside the courtroom when Michael Jackson’s family takes on his former concert promoter for billions.