Добро пожаловать в Мир Майкла Джексона, Гость!    Регистрация  Или выполнить  Вход       

Судебные процессы против Конрада Мюррея, иск Кэтрин Джексон против AEG Live./The Trial of Conrad Murray, Katherine Jackson AEG Lawsuit

Кэтрин Джексон против AEG Live

Re: Кэтрин Джексон против AEG Live

#501  Сообщение Milena » 18 май 2013, 12:22

Найденные электронные письма менеджера Майкла Джексона могут стать ключом в испытании AEG

Алан Дюк, CNN
пятница, 17 мая 2013

Лос-Анджелес (CNN) - Тайник электронных писем считали потерянным, когда исчез ноутбук бывшего менеджера Майкла Джексона, который мог стать ключевым доказательством в неправомерном смертельном испытании против AEG Live.

Адвокаты матери Майкла Джексона и трех детей не знают, что может быть найдено в электронных письмах Франка Дилео, но они надеются, что это поддержит их утверждение, что Дилео был обязанным концертному промоутеру, а не Джексону.

Джексон менял менеджеров дважды за последние три месяца его жизни. В конце марта 2009, он нанял Леонарда Роу - одного из друзей его отца - чтобы заменить Тоума Тоума, менеджера, который первоначально договорился о соглашении с AEG на тур "This Is It".
Адвокаты Джексонов утверждают, что AEG Live принудили Джексона, чтобы взять Дилео в мае 2009 года, который не работал на него в течение десятилетий, потому что он не хотел работать с Роу.
Их утверждение - часть их большего аргумента, что руководители AEG были ответственны за смерть Джексона, потому что они наняли и контролировали доктора Конрада Мюррея, врача осужденного за непредумышленное убийство.

AEG утверждают, что именно Джексон выбрал и нанял Мюррея, не они. Адвокаты AEG утверждают, что Джексон был сам ответственен за свою собственную смерть, и что наркомания привела его плохому решению.

AEG Live утверждает, что у его руководителей не было способа знать, что доктор использовал propofol в личной спальне Джексона.
Джексоны ищут миллиарды долларов в убытках, которые, возможно, заработал бы Майкл Джексон, если бы он не умер 25 июня 2009. Испытание Лос-Анджелеса началось три недели назад и, как ожидают, продолжится в июле.
Судебный иск утверждает, что AEG проигнорировал предупредительные знаки о здоровье Джексона в его последние недели, и вместо того, чтобы оказать ему помощь, они оказывали давление на Джексона и Мюррея, чтобы он работал на репетициях. Дилео был частью того давления, как утверждают они.
"Дайте ему ведро цыпленка," - сказал Дилео 19 июня 2009 в ответ на беспокойство по поводу потери веса Джексона, как свидетельствовала визажист Карэн Фэй на прошлой неделе. "Это был такой холодный ответ, это разбило мое сердце," - сказала Фэй через слезы.

На следующий день - 20 июня 2009 - Дилео оставил голосовую почту на сотовом телефоне Мюррея. "Я уверен, что Вы знаете, что у него был приступ вчера вечером. Он болен. Сегодня суббота. Завтра, я возвращаюсь. Я не собираюсь продолжать свою поездку. Я думаю, что Вы должны получить анализ его крови. Мы должны знать, что с ним происходит."
Электронные письма Дилео были восстановлены после того, что судья назвала "большим количеством бюрократизма и видом облачности," это включало адвокатов AEG, также представляющих состояние Дилео, который умер в 2011 году.
"Поскольку у нее (вдова Дилео) не было адвоката, мы представляем ее в ограниченных целях ответить на ту повестку в суд," - сказал судье ведущий адвокат AEG Марвин Путнэм.

Вскоре после того, как судья приказал адвокату Огайо, чтобы состояние Дилео передало его ноутбук и электронные письма адвокатам Джексонов, адвокаты AEG - в ином качестве представляющие состояние Дилео - сообщили, что они не могли определить местонахождение компьютера и электронных писем.

Адвокаты Джексонов, однако узнали, что у предыдущего адвоката состояния Дилео - адвоката Пенсильвании Дэвид Реголи - хранятся копии электронных файлов. В течение последних недель адвокаты AEG утверждают, что у него нет полномочий предоставить файлы адвокатам Джексонов для их использования в случае против AEG.
Но в телефонном звонке к суду на этой неделе, Реголи сказал, что посоветовал вдове Дилео, что, "по моему мнению, это был конфликт" для адвокатов AEG - от фирмы Лос-Анджелеса О'Мельвени и Майерс - чтобы представлять ее в данном вопросе.

"Она сказала, что никогда ничего не подписывала с О'Мельвени и Майерсом, чтобы уполномочить их представлять ее, и с этого момента они не представляют ее больше," - сказал Реголи.

Вдова Дилео тогда повторно наняла Реголи, которому позволено пересылать электронные письма для Джексонов - после удаления они являются личными и не относятся к случаю.
"Я думаю, что могу дать суду свои гарантии, что я предоставлю документы, которые я имею, и я предоставлю электронные письма и что-либо, что связано с повесткой в суд," - сказал Реголи.

Что касается недостающего ноутбука, было простое объяснение. "Она сказала мне, что ее дочь дала его другу, который нуждался в компьютере, - сказал Реголи. - Это был не новый компьютер."
В то же время адвокаты Джексонов хотели расследовать, каким обрахзом юристы AEG представляли состояние Дилео в Огайо, но судья отклонил этот вопрос. "Мы все знаем, что сейчас они не представляют ее, и этого для нас достаточно," - сказала судья Иветт Пэлэзуелос.
Четвертая неделя суда начнется в понедельник утром с показаний старшего юрисконсульта AEG Шона Трелла. Адвокаты Джексонов, как ожидается, допросят его о переговорах по контракту с Майклом Джексоном и Мюрреем.

MJJC

перевод veraMJ

Показать ссылки поста



За это сообщение автора Milena поблагодарили (всего 3):
tamaraki (18 май 2013, 21:50) • Lina (18 май 2013, 16:46) • TAIS (18 май 2013, 14:24)
Рейтинг: 27.27%
 
RANDOM_AVATAR
offline

Milena
Прогресс до нового звания:
40%
Благодарил (а): 168 раз.
Поблагодарили: 542 раз.

Re: Кэтрин Джексон против AEG Live

#502  Сообщение Milena » 18 май 2013, 12:29

Небольшое новостное видео.
Ведущие адвокаты поясняют свои позиции.



Изображение

Изображение

Показать ссылки поста



За это сообщение автора Milena поблагодарили (всего 3):
Admin (19 май 2013, 01:57) • Lina (18 май 2013, 16:47) • TAIS (18 май 2013, 14:23)
Рейтинг: 27.27%
 
RANDOM_AVATAR
offline

Milena
Прогресс до нового звания:
40%
Благодарил (а): 168 раз.
Поблагодарили: 542 раз.

Re: Кэтрин Джексон против AEG Live

#503  Сообщение Milena » 19 май 2013, 13:39

хорошая статья в нью-йорк таймс.

http://www.nytimes.com/2013/05/15/busin ... =all&_r=1&

Negligence Is Debated in Jackson Death Case
By BEN SISARIO
Published: May 14, 2013

Изображение

LOS ANGELES — After only two weeks of testimony, no side has a clear advantage in the civil trial pitting the mother of Michael Jackson against A.E.G. Live, the promoter of his attempted comeback concerts, over the question of who was responsible for Jackson’s death.
Enlarge This Image
Pool photo by Marcio Jose Sanchez

Katherine Jackson, above with her son, Michael, in 2005, is suing a concert promoter over the singer’s death.

But both sides have chosen the same weapons: Jackson himself, his problems with drugs and the wrenching details of his last days. What’s most surprising is that even with so much written and revealed about Jackson since his death four years ago, there is still more to learn.

Martin S. Putnam, A.E.G.’s lead lawyer, promised in his opening statement that the case would reveal “ugly stuff” about Jackson’s private life.And witnesses called by lawyers for Jackson’s 83-year-old mother, Katherine, have testified at length about Jackson’s addiction to medications, his physical deterioration and his belief that he was talking to God.

The case hinges on the fairly limited questions of whether A.E.G. hired Dr. Conrad Murray, the physician who administered the powerful anesthetic that killed Jackson in June 2009, and if it was negligent in doing so. Dr. Murray was convicted of involuntary manslaughter in a separate criminal trial in 2011 and is serving a four-year prison sentence.

Lawyers for Mrs. Jackson have said that they may seek up to $5 billion in damages. But the greater risk for both A.E.G. and the Jackson family is the potential damage to their reputations as the details of Jackson’s life and final days are revealed, in perhaps even greater detail than at Dr. Murray’s criminal trial.

“It’s all downside for A.E.G.,” said Bill Werde, the editorial director of Billboard magazine. “And this trial affects A.E.G., as well as the touring and broader music industry. Every time people see headlines about these incredibly sad details of Michael Jackson’s life, it makes this seem to be an uncaring business that exploits stars, even to their peril.”

Witnesses last week included two women who had worked for Jackson for decades, both describing him as a sensitive artistic genius haunted by physical pain. One, Karen Faye, his makeup artist since the early 1980s, said that Jackson became more dependent on prescription drugs over the course of his career.

The other woman, the choreographer Alif Sankey, tearfully recounted how, less than a week before Jackson died, she had begged Kenny Ortega, the director of “This Is It,” Jackson’s attempted comeback concerts,to take him to the hospital after Jackson appeared ill and said that God was speaking to him.

“I had a very strong feeling that Michael was dying,” Ms. Sankey said. As she testified, the only other sound audible in the small courtroom was the tapping of journalists on their laptops.

On Monday another choreographer on “This Is It,” Stacy Walker, who was called by lawyers for A.E.G., testified that she saw no signs that Jackson was in bad shape before he died.

“I just never in a million years thought he would leave us, or pass away,” Ms. Walker said, according to a report by The Associated Press.

The evidence in the case has included e-mails from A.E.G. executives which the Jackson lawyers say show that the company was acting as Dr. Murray’s employer. One message, sent to Mr. Ortega less than two weeks before Jackson’s death, says of Dr. Murray: “We want to remind him that it is A.E.G., not M. J., who is paying his salary. We want to remind him what is expected of him.”

A.E.G., a global sports and entertainment company controlled by the billionaire Philip F. Anschutz, denies that it hired Dr. Murray, saying that he had been selected by Jackson and that his $150,000-a-month salary was to come out of Jackson’s earnings for the tour.

What damage the case could cost Jackson’s reputation — and his valuable estate — is unclear. The estate has flourished, even though his faults and indiscretions have already been widely publicized, and some entertainment and estate experts say that the details revealed in this trial are likely to elicit more sympathy for Jackson, not less.

“I don’t think this will negatively impact Jackson’s earning potential through music or consumer product licensing at all,” said Martin Cribbs, who has represented the estates of Einstein and Gandhi. “What truly separates a legend from just a star is when their body of work supersedes who they were as an individual.”

In a court filing last May, the estate said that it had had gross earnings of $475 million since Jackson’s death.

Jackson got more headlines last week when a choreographer, Wade Robson, said that Jackson had sexually abused him as a child. Lawyers for the Jackson estate — which is not a party to the A.E.G. case — immediately excoriated Mr. Robson’s claims as “outrageous and pathetic,” and Mr. Putnam told reporters that the claims were irrelevant to the current Jackson civil suit.

Also this week, a California state attorney filed a response to an appeal by Dr. Murray, whose lawyers have argued that the judge in the case made legal errors in not sequestering the jury and not allowing jurors to hear evidence about Jackson’s troubled finances. In the filing on Monday, Supervising Deputy Attorney General Victoria B. Wilson wrote that there were no errors, and that Dr. Murray’s lawyers had forfeited opportunities to object to the judge’s rulings, according to The A.P.
короче послали кондратия с его аппеляцией подальше

By the standards of Los Angeles celebrity trials, the Jackson suit seems a quiet affair. The judge, Yvette M. Palazuelos, has banned cameras, and the 45 seats in the courtroom are occupied mostly by lawyers and reporters. A daily lottery for the two or three seats guaranteed for the public draws the same small circle of Jackson superfans. There was one notable guest: Judge Lance A. Ito, who presided over O. J. Simpson’s murder trial in 1995, sat briefly in the gallery last week.

But the trial, which is expected to last at least three months, will draw more attention as potential witnesses include stars like Diana Ross and Quincy Jones, who may testify to Jackson’s professional drive or his physical condition.


Показать ссылки поста



За это сообщение автора Milena поблагодарили (всего 4):
Lina (20 май 2013, 09:12) • Admin (19 май 2013, 19:22) • TAIS (19 май 2013, 18:13) • Trueamore (19 май 2013, 16:23)
Рейтинг: 36.36%
 
RANDOM_AVATAR
offline

Milena
Прогресс до нового звания:
40%
Благодарил (а): 168 раз.
Поблагодарили: 542 раз.

Re: Кэтрин Джексон против AEG Live

#504  Сообщение Admin » 20 май 2013, 16:51

Изображение
( Слева направо: Юрист AEG Патнам, юристы семьи Джексонов Паниш и Боул)
(Above Photo from left: AEG Attorney Putnam, Jackson Family Attorney’s Panish & Boyle)
LOS ANGELES (KABC) — For three weeks, jurors have heard witnesses testify about Michael Jackson with rival attorneys presenting conflicting views on the performer’s health and his doctor.
On Friday, the attorneys representing Katherine Jackson in the lawsuit suing AEG told Eyewitness News that the case remains clear.
“The case has always been the same,” said Brian Panish, attorney for the Jackson family. “Did AEG negligently hire Dr. Murray and did they know that Michael had been having problems and failed to do something?”
Should AEG have intervened for a star dependent on medication? AEG says that’s not the question.
“What the law is about is whether AEG hired Conrad Murray and whether they did so negligently,” said AEG attorney Marvin Putnam.
The evidence will show, according to the defense, that Jackson had been out of the business for a decade and that Jackson needed AEG to finance his final tour.
“And so he asked AEG Live if they would basically front him the money, advance him the money so he could have various of his people come on board such as Dr. Conrad Murray,” said Putnam.
AEG presented testimony from its controller saying it agreed to pay many people who were part of the tour. They, however, maintain that Jackson hired Murray as his personal physician and chose him to be his doctor during his “This Is It Tour.”
“I would like a doctor and I want this doctor and he is the one who is going to come,” said Putnam.
But did AEG formalize the relationship?
“As the CEO Randy Phillips has said shortly after Michael’s death all throughout the world that AEG had hired Dr. Murray,” said Panish.
The plaintiffs point to an email from Paul Gongaware, an executive of AEG Live.
“The email that Mr. Gongaware wrote clearly states that we want to remind Dr. Murray what’s expected of him and that he works for us not Michael Jackson and that we’re the ones paying him,” said Panish.
The Jackson camp alleges that AEG pushed Jackson to extreme measures to alleviate his insomnia. Jackson was rehearsing for 50 sold-out concerts in London at the time of his death at age 50 on June 25, 2009.
Both sides say there is much more to come. This is only the third week of a trial set to last four months.
(Copyright ©2013 KABC-TV/DT. All Rights Reserved.)

По ссылке видео - http://abclocal.go.com/kabc/story?secti ... id=9106977
Изображение

Показать ссылки поста



За это сообщение автора Admin поблагодарили (всего 3):
TAIS (20 май 2013, 19:11) • Lina (20 май 2013, 18:02) • Trueamore (20 май 2013, 17:11)
Рейтинг: 27.27%
 
Аватара пользователя
offline

Admin
Благодарил (а): 11977 раз.
Поблагодарили: 14911 раз.

Re: Кэтрин Джексон против AEG Live

#505  Сообщение Trueamore » 20 май 2013, 17:15

http://www.ksat.com/entertainment/AEG-e ... index.html

AEG execs face questions about MJ's death

AEG Live filed an insurance claim to recover losses from Michael Jackson's death the same day he died, according to a lawyer for Jackson's family.

That revelation may not relate to the heart of the wrongful death lawsuit against Michael Jackson's last concert promoter, but Jackson lawyers hope it could sway jurors to see AEG Live executives as motivated by money over the pop icon's needs.

It is one of many points Jackson lawyers will try to make Monday when they call AEG Live's top lawyer to the witness stand as the trial's fourth week begins in a Los Angeles courtroom.

Jackson's mother and three children contend AEG Live is liable in the singer's death because its executives negligently hired, retained or supervised Dr. Conrad Murray, who was convicted of involuntary manslaughter.

The promoters ignored a series of red flags that should have warned them Jackson was in danger as he was pressured to get ready for his comeback concerts, the Jackson lawsuit claims.

AEG Live lawyers counter that it was Jackson who chose, hired and supervised Dr. Murray, and that he was responsible for his own bad decisions. Its executives could not be expected to know Murray was using the surgical anesthetic propofol -- the drug the coroner ruled killed him -- to treat his insomnia, they argue.

Jackson lead lawyer Brian Panish will question AEG Live general counsel Shawn Trell about his company's negotiations with Murray to be Jackson's personal physician for his "This Is It" shows in London.

The doctor signed the contract prepared by AEG lawyers and sent it back to the company a day before Jackson's death. The company argues it was not an executed contract because their executives and Michael Jackson never signed it.

The Jackson lawyers argue that e-mails, budget documents and the fact that the doctor was already working for two months showed a binding agreement between AEG and Murray.

Panish, speaking outside of the courtroom Friday, said he would also ask Trell about AEG's insurance claim, which he said his team recently discovered was filed with Lloyds of London on June 25, 2009 -- hours after Jackson was pronounced dead at UCLA Medical Center.

A Lloyds of London underwriter later sued AEG, claiming he company failed to disclose information about the pop star's health and drug use. AEG dropped its claim for a $17.5 million insurance policy last year.

Monday's court will start with AEG Live controller Julie Hollander completing her testimony about the company's budgeting, which she acknowledged included $1.5 million approved to pay Dr. Murray. The doctor's costs were listed as production costs -- expenses that AEG is responsible for paying -- and not as an advance, which Jackson would ultimately be responsible for giving back to the company, she testified.

The controller's testimony appears to contradict the argument AEG lead lawyer Marvin Putnam made in a CNN interview days before the trial began.

AEG Live's role with Murray was only to "forward" money owed to him by Jackson, just as a patient would use their "MasterCard," Putnam said. "If you go to your doctor and you pay with a credit card, obviously MasterCard in that instance, depending on your credit card, is providing the money to that doctor for services until you pay it back. Now, are you telling them MasterCard in some measure in that instance, did MasterCard hire the doctor or did you? Well, clearly you did. I think the analogy works in this instance."

Jackson lawyers played video testimony of one of AEG's own expert witnesses Friday -- 25-year veteran tour manager Marty Hom.

The opinion Hom submitted for AEG concluded he saw no red flags that should have alerted the promoter that something was wrong with Dr. Murray.

He was asked if AEG Live should have realized something was wrong when Dr. Murray initially asked for $5 million a year to work as Jackson's personal physician. "That raised a red flag because of the enormous sum of money," Hom testified.

Hom acknowledged he had not seen many of the documents and depositions in the case -- and AEG was considering him for a job as the Rollings Stones tour manager at the same time he was asked to testify.


Показать ссылки поста



За это сообщение автора Trueamore поблагодарили (всего 4):
Admin (21 май 2013, 00:58) • TAIS (20 май 2013, 19:11) • Lina (20 май 2013, 18:02) • Milena (20 май 2013, 17:36)
Рейтинг: 36.36%
 
Аватара пользователя
offline

Trueamore
Благодарил (а): 6693 раз.
Поблагодарили: 7266 раз.

Re: Кэтрин Джексон против AEG Live

#506  Сообщение Trueamore » 21 май 2013, 00:46

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 1h
Jessica Bina resumed re-direct of AEG Controller Julie Hollander.

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 1h
Each member of the crew, dancers, musicians had an agreement as to weekly payment, Hollander explained.

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 1h
Hollander said AEG never paid Dr. Conrad Murray because the contract had not been fully executed.

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 1h
Based on the contract, Hollander said payment for Dr. Murray should be to GCA, the doctor's employer.

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 1h
Contract: Dr. Murray represented he's licensed cardiologist practicing in Las Vegas an that he acts as the Artist's general practitioner

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 1h
Hollander says Dr. Murray could only be paid after the contract was fully executed, including signature of MJ, due to nature of the service

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 1h
Hollander said she has never seen an agreement where the artist had to sign off on a contract for services.

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 1h
Hollander explained that budget is a tool where you plan your future expenses. The book documents the actual expenses incurred.

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 1h
Bina showed Hollander report she prepared on 10/21/09 that was sent to MJ's Estate with the costs incurred as advances for the TII tour.

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 1h
Next document Bina showed a comparison of Budget v. Actual expenses as of Oct. 2009.

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 1h
Rehearsal Per Diems:
Budget: $175,000
Actual: $89, 751

Rehearsal Facilities:
Budget: $871,000
Actual: $1,553,558

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 1h
Management Medical
Budget:$300,000
Actual: Zero

Public Relations
Budget: $18,000
Actual: Zero

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 1h
Budget Total:
Budget: $22,228,000
Actual: $24,835,011

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 1h
In re-cross, Panish asked Hollander if it was true that public relations was not paid $18,000 because MJ died. She said no.

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 1h
Panish: Do you know what that $18,000 is for?
Hollander: No

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 1h
Panish: Budget and actual payment for rehearsals per diem were different because Mr. Jackson died, correct?
Hollander: No

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 1h
Hollander didn't know the per diem schedule, so she said she didn't know the answers.

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 1h
Panish: You didn't pay Dr. Murray, did you?
Hollander: No
Panish: That's why it's not there (on doc shown)
Hollander: Yes

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 1h
But all the estimates include payment for Dr. Murray, Panish asked. "That's what shows in this paper," Hollander responded.

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 1h
Contract: promoter shall make advanced to cover mutually-approved production costs up to but not exceeding $7.5 million.

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 1h
Panish shows Dr. Murray's contract and asked Hollander if anywhere in the agreement is says this was a draft agreement.

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 1h
"In my experience, a draft is a term used to describe an agreement that has not been signed by all parties involved," Hollander explained.

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 1h
Panish: Is it your experience people sign draft agreements?
Hollander: My experience is that until everyone signs, it can be changed

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 1h
"If this version had been signed by everybody, would've been final," Hollander said. The contract was from 5/1/09 until the end of TII tour

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 1h
"I was told it was put in there at the request of the artist," Hollander said. Panish asked if MJ had to approve $150K payment for Dr Murray

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 1h
"I've never been involved in a tour where AEG hired a doctor," Hollander said. "It's never happened before."

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 1h
"I know in my experience it's not typical for a promoter or producer to hire a doctor," Hollander said.

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 1h
Panish questioned Hollander about Dr. Murray's company and she said it was a LLC in Nevada. "Do you know what GCA is? Does it sell popcorn?"

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 1h
Panish asked Hollander if there's written policy against someone working for AEG without executed contract? She said she isn't aware of any

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 1h
Hollander said there's a policy against paying people without fully executed contract.

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 1h
Hollander said tour promoters don't get involved in what it takes to actually put the show together. The artist does.

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 1h
AEG Live is more promoter than producers of shows, Hollander said. They promoted upwards of 100 tours, produced only few, she testified.

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 1h
Hollander said the Michael Jackson Estate approved the cost of the tour expenses incurred by AEG.

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 1h
Panish: You don't know whether the artist was suppose to approve the cost while it was incurred and not after his death, correct?

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 1h
Panish asked Hollander how it was that she testified last week she worked in 20 concerts and today she said it was more than 100.

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 1h
Hollander said she looked through materials at work and it refreshed her recollection. Panish said he wants to see the list of tours.

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 1h
Panish: Do you have any understanding whether Dr. Murray expected to get paid?
Hollander: Only along those lines, yes

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 1h
"Acting as producer you get more money than just as promoter, right?" Panish asked. Hollander agreed, saying they have earning potentials.

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 1h
"My estimates was 20 tours up until 2009," Hollander said. From 09 to today, she said it's upward of 100.

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 1h
Julie Hollander was then excused subject to recall if needed.

----------------------------------------------------------------------------

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 1h
Katherine Jackson's attorneys called Shawn Trell as next witness. Brian Panish doing questioning, Trell is an adverse witness.

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 1h
Shawn Trell is the Senior Vice President and General Counsel for AEG Live for 10 years. He's been with the company for 13 years.

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 1h
Trell said he met with defendants attys for a few hours Saturday and Sunday, reviewed documents to refreshed his recollection.

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 1h
"I'm the client's representative in the court," Trell said.

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 1h
Marvin Putnam and Trell went to Georgetown Law School together, but only realized they went to same school after trial started.

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 1h
Trell said he's aware MJ wanted to produce films and Anschutz has a film company. He wasn't aware that MJ and Anschutz met about TTI movie

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 1h
Trell said he never discussed with Tim Leiweke, former AEG's CEO, about MJ. Leiweke is no longer with AEG, Trell said.

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 1h
Trell was interviewed by LAPD. "I think they were interested in what we knew about Dr. Murray," she testified.

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 1h
Trell said he produced all the materials LAPD asked of him. Panish asked if he turned over only one email, and he said he didn't recall.

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 1h
Panish: Did you enter in a contract with Mr. Jackson for TII tour?
Trell: Yes

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 1h
Trell said he was involved in drafting the agreement, but in his deposition, he said he had drafted it himself.

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 1h
Trell said he never heard that Randy Phillips spoke with DreamWorks about producing a MJ movie.

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 1h
Trell said he's confident he turned over all the material requested of AEG Live.

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 1h
Outside the presence of the jury, Jessica Stebbins Bina said there are about 200,000 pages of documents.

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 1h
Panish said Trell has been designated in 24 categories as having knowledge and being the most qualified to speak on behalf of AEG.

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 1h
Panish said the witnesses he will spend most time on are Randy Phillips, Paul Gongaware and Shawn Trell.


Показать ссылки поста



За это сообщение автора Trueamore поблагодарили (всего 3):
Lina (21 май 2013, 11:47) • TAIS (21 май 2013, 07:08) • Admin (21 май 2013, 00:58)
Рейтинг: 27.27%
 
Аватара пользователя
offline

Trueamore
Благодарил (а): 6693 раз.
Поблагодарили: 7266 раз.

Re: Кэтрин Джексон против AEG Live

#507  Сообщение Milena » 21 май 2013, 06:35

спсибо istina

AEG платил менеджеру Майкла Джексона 100,000$ в месяц

The promoter and producer putting on Michael Jackson's ill-fated "This Is It" concert series was paying his manager $100,000 a month, the only time entertainment giant AEG made such an agreement, a company lawyer testified Monday.

Shawn Trell, senior vice president and general counsel for Anschutz Entertainment Group, testified in the Jackson family's wrongful-death lawsuit that the money was paid to Thome Thome.

The payments appear to be a potential conflict of interest, since a personal manager is supposed to represent the performer's interests.

In addition, Trell was shown a report AEG sent Jackson's estate that included a request it be repaid $300,000 it had given Conrad Murray, the doctor who administered the fatal dose of the anesthetic propofol to Jackson.
"To me, it's a mistake," Trell said.

Previous testimony showed AEG never paid Murray.

Brian Panish, an attorney for Jackson's mother and children, who filed the lawsuit against AEG, said in court that the company had been seeking $30 million in advances from Jackson's estate.

Earlier in the day, an AEG executive testified that Murray's salary was never listed on a budget as an artist advance.

The Jacksons say in their suit that AEG negligently hired and supervised Murray, while the company says that Jackson wanted him hired and that any salary it was supposed to pay him were advances to the singer.

Julie Hollander, AEG's vice president and controller also testified that she didn't know of any other instance in which the firm had hired a doctor to go on a concert tour.

“I know in my experience it is not typical for the promoter and tour producer to hire a doctor,” she said.

She also testified that when Jackson died in June 2009, shortly before his 50 concerts were set to begin in London, the production was about $2.5 million over budget.


коротко

Промоутер и продюсер Майкла Джексона злополучной серии концертов "This Is It" платил его менеджеру (Thome Thome) $ 100 000 в месяц, свидетельствовал юрист компании в понедельник.

Кроме того,Trell показал отчет AEG, отправленный эстейту Джексона, который включал ребование о погашении $ 300 000, которые были выплачены Конраду Мюррею , врачу, который ввел смертельную дозу анестетика propofol Джексону.

"На мой взгляд, это ошибка", сказал Trell.
icon_ROFL
http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-m ... 0136.story

_____________________________________-

читала давно в одной статье что мюррей получил от aeg 300 тысяч авансом...я тогда еще подумала "какой нафик аванс? это ведь фактически зарплата за 2 месяца")) icon_hmm

Показать ссылки поста



За это сообщение автора Milena поблагодарили (всего 4):
Admin (22 май 2013, 03:19) • Lina (21 май 2013, 11:48) • Olenca (21 май 2013, 10:42) • TAIS (21 май 2013, 07:11)
Рейтинг: 36.36%
 
RANDOM_AVATAR
offline

Milena
Прогресс до нового звания:
40%
Благодарил (а): 168 раз.
Поблагодарили: 542 раз.

Re: Кэтрин Джексон против AEG Live

#508  Сообщение Milena » 21 май 2013, 06:43


Jackson concert director worked without contract


Концертный директор Джексона работал без контракта но бабло получил
AP News | May 20, 2013


LOS ANGELES (AP) — 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 tour's director Kenny Ortega was being paid based on an agreement laid out solely in emails, AEG General Counsel Shawn Trell told jurors.

Jackson's mother is trying to show AEG was negligent in hiring Conrad Murray, the doctor who was later convicted of involuntary manslaughter in Jackson's June 2009 death.

Katherine Jackson claims AEG failed to properly investigate Murray before hiring him to serve as her son's tour physician, and that the company missed or ignored red flags about the singer's health before his death. AEG denies it hired Murray.

In court, attorneys for Katherine Jackson displayed emails sent a month before the death of her son in which Murray's contract terms were laid out.

Trell said those emails did not demonstrate an employment relationship — a key element of the case that will be decided by a jury of six men and six women.

Trell acknowledged, however, that Ortega was paid for his work on the shows despite working under terms laid out only in a series of emails.

"Kenny Ortega is different from Conrad Murray," Trell testified.

Michael Jackson died before signing a $150,000 a month contract for Murray to serve as his doctor on the "This Is It" tour. AEG's attorneys say Jackson's signature was required to finalize Murrays' contract.

An email displayed in court showed Murray's contract terms. Other documents indicated AEG budgeted $300,000 to pay Murray for his work with Jackson in May and June of 2009.

Another email said executive Paul Gongaware informed others that Murray would be "full time" on the tour by mid-May.

Plaintiff's attorney Brian Panish asked Trell to agree with a statement that Murray was working for AEG.

"I would totally disagree with that statement," Trell said, noting that Ortega and Murray were considered independent contractors.

Trell was the second AEG executive to testify in the trial, which is entering its fourth week. AEG attorneys have yet to question him.

He also testified that the company obtained an insurance policy that covered the possible cancellation of some of the "This Is It" shows after a physician evaluated the singer.

Trell testified that five days before Jackson's death, top AEG executives were informed the singer was in poor health. By that point, Ortega had sent executives an email titled "Trouble at the front" detailing Jackson's problems.

"There are strong signs of paranoia, anxiety, and obsessive-like behavior," Ortega wrote to AEG Live CEO Randy Phillips. Jackson's symptoms were reminiscent of behavior that led to the cancellation of an HBO concert earlier in the decade. Ortega wrote.

Показать ссылки поста



За это сообщение автора Milena поблагодарили (всего 3):
Admin (22 май 2013, 03:19) • Lina (21 май 2013, 11:50) • TAIS (21 май 2013, 07:11)
Рейтинг: 27.27%
 
RANDOM_AVATAR
offline

Milena
Прогресс до нового звания:
40%
Благодарил (а): 168 раз.
Поблагодарили: 542 раз.

Re: Кэтрин Джексон против AEG Live

#509  Сообщение Lina » 21 май 2013, 11:52

Milena писал(а):спсибо istina

AEG платил менеджеру Майкла Джексона 100,000$ в месяц

коротко

Промоутер и продюсер Майкла Джексона злополучной серии концертов "This Is It" платил его менеджеру (Thome Thome) $ 100 000 в месяц, свидетельствовал юрист компании в понедельник.

Кроме того,Trell показал отчет AEG, отправленный эстейту Джексона, который включал ребование о погашении $ 300 000, которые были выплачены Конраду Мюррею , врачу, который ввел смертельную дозу анестетика propofol Джексону.

"На мой взгляд, это ошибка", сказал Trell.
icon_ROFL
http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-m ... 0136.story

_____________________________________-

читала давно в одной статье что мюррей получил от aeg 300 тысяч авансом...я тогда еще подумала "какой нафик аванс? это ведь фактически зарплата за 2 месяца")) icon_hmm

Вот кстати, а где этот злополучный Томе Томе? Он в списках свидетелей есть (я пропустила)? С 2009 года о нем ничего не слышно было, как сквозь землю провалился и о нем как-то все позабыли... icon_hmm

Показать ссылки поста



За это сообщение автора Lina поблагодарил:
TAIS (21 май 2013, 13:06)
Рейтинг: 9.09%
 
Аватара пользователя
offline

Lina
Благодарил (а): 13125 раз.
Поблагодарили: 9952 раз.

Re: Кэтрин Джексон против AEG Live

#510  Сообщение Lina » 21 май 2013, 13:34

Вот такая вот поддержка :)

Изображение

Показать ссылки поста



За это сообщение автора Lina поблагодарили (всего 3):
Admin (22 май 2013, 03:19) • TAIS (21 май 2013, 17:19) • Milena (21 май 2013, 15:21)
Рейтинг: 27.27%
 
Аватара пользователя
offline

Lina
Благодарил (а): 13125 раз.
Поблагодарили: 9952 раз.

Пред.След.

Вернуться в СУД / COURT

cron