Randy Phillips, who was sued in connection with Michael Jackson’s death, is out after a decade as chief executive officer of AEG Live.
A human resources expert testified Monday that concert promoter AEG should have performed a background check on Michael Jackson’s doctor.
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.
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.
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.
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.