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Кэтрин Джексон против AEG Live

Re: Кэтрин Джексон против AEG Live

#521  Сообщение TMJ » 22 май 2013, 09:32

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icon_wtf а каким образом? скрины затруднительно перевести icon_idontknow

Девочки, простите, может я просто не в курсе...ваш форум рассчитан только на англоговорящих? icon_question
Просто вопрос.
Я то от незнания пощу переводы, а вы мне ничего не говорите. icon_disappointed

Я конечно могу для себя посмотреть первоисточник и перевести ,
просто непонятка, здесь нужно писать по английски? icon_question

Тогда извиняюсь. icon_scared

О нет, хоть вы пожалуйста не постите только на английском!Я всегда читаю ваши переводы.
На этом форуме похоже забыли,что далеко не все понимают англ.язык.И иногда действительно складывается впечатление,что ты на забугорном форуме находишься.
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Re: Кэтрин Джексон против AEG Live

#522  Сообщение Trueamore » 22 май 2013, 10:55

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icon_wtf а каким образом? скрины затруднительно перевести icon_idontknow

Девочки, простите, может я просто не в курсе...ваш форум рассчитан только на англоговорящих? icon_question
Просто вопрос.
Я то от незнания пощу переводы, а вы мне ничего не говорите. icon_disappointed

Я конечно могу для себя посмотреть первоисточник и перевести ,
просто непонятка, здесь нужно писать по английски? icon_question

Тогда извиняюсь. icon_scared


попыталась не заметить вашего сарказма heyy

Приношу свои извинения,но вчера у меня совсем не было времени постить прямым текстом с твиттера

читать каждый скрин снизу вверх - по крайней мере,таким образом на втиттере располагаются сообщения.

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Re: Кэтрин Джексон против AEG Live

#523  Сообщение Lina » 22 май 2013, 13:33

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icon_wtf а каким образом? скрины затруднительно перевести icon_idontknow

Девочки, простите, может я просто не в курсе...ваш форум рассчитан только на англоговорящих? icon_question
Просто вопрос.
Я то от незнания пощу переводы, а вы мне ничего не говорите. icon_disappointed

Я конечно могу для себя посмотреть первоисточник и перевести ,
просто непонятка, здесь нужно писать по английски? icon_question

Тогда извиняюсь. icon_scared

Нет-нет, постите переводы, пожалуйста. Не все мы тут англоговорящие icon_embarrassed

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Re: Кэтрин Джексон против AEG Live

#524  Сообщение Milena » 22 май 2013, 19:56

Trueamore писал(а):попыталась не заметить вашего сарказма heyy

Приношу свои извинения,но вчера у меня совсем не было времени постить прямым текстом с твиттера

читать каждый скрин снизу вверх - по крайней мере,таким образом на втиттере располагаются сообщения.


проблема не в том что снизу вверх
а в том что скрины для меня нечитаемы. icon_disappointed

Совершенно никого не хотела задеть. Мне думается мой вопрос был вовсе не саркастичен, инфа действительно постится на английском и поскольку я здесь не так давно, то просто могу не знать всех особенностей. Для не говорящих по английски английский текст действительно сложноват, даже с транслитом...и для меня тоже.
Но такова специфика темы icon_MJblack icon_ROFL , конечно за 4 года приспосабливаешься, но например для обсуждений на русскоговорящих ресурсах это вроде как не принято. Я потому и спросила, что может быть у вас например в правилах - участники только англоговорящие...тогда это моя вина конечно .
Еще раз прошу прощения. icon_sorry

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Re: Кэтрин Джексон против AEG Live

#525  Сообщение Admin » 22 май 2013, 20:17

Сообщение не в тему (флуд)
Девочки, милые, у кого сложности с английским, мы именно для этих целей обзавелись кнопочкой translate, хотя, конечно, гугл выдает порой галиматью.
Мы бы с удовольствием переводили сами, но отсутствие времени часто не дает этого сделать. icon_embarrassed
Простите великодушно и огромное спасибо Milena и другим девочкам, кто выкладывает переводы.
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Re: Кэтрин Джексон против AEG Live

#526  Сообщение Admin » 22 май 2013, 20:45

Sweet controversy at Michael Jackson death trial
Милые споры на суде Майкла Джексона

By Alan Duke, CNN
Los Angeles (CNN) -- Every issue in the Michael Jackson wrongful death trial is so disputed that even giving candy to jurors caused an argument.
AEG lawyers gave a bag of peppermint patty candy to the bailiff to hand out to the jury this week. Even Katherine Jackson -- the pop icon's mother -- enjoyed the treat.
But Jackson's lawyer raised an objection Tuesday afternoon, suggesting jurors might be influenced if they realized the source of the sweets.
A compromise was reached. Each side can provide snacks for jurors, but they'll be placed at the bailiff's desk before jurors enter court so they have no clue who brought it.
While the candy controversy might seem trivial, the stakes are high for AEG Live. The promoter and producer of Michael Jackson's comeback concerts could be found liable for billions of dollars in damages if the jury decides the company is responsible for the star' death.
Jackson's mother and three children are suing AEG Live for the negligent hiring, retention or supervision of Dr. Conrad Murray, the physician convicted of involuntary manslaughter in his death.
The candy argument may be the most interesting thing about Tuesday's proceedings, unless you are a student of employment law and budgeting.
AEG Live Senior Vice President/General Counsel Shawn Trell was on the stand for a second day hoping to give testimony that would convince the jury that Murray was chosen, hired and supervised by Jackson -- not his company.
Murray never had an executed contract with AEG Live, although one had been negotiated. The doctor signed it and returned it to the company on June 24, 2009, but the AEG Live executive decided not to sign it after Jackson died the next day.
Jackson lawyers contend Murray was already on the job, working under an oral agreement confirmed by a series of e-mails that promised him $150,000 a month to be Jackson's full-time physician.
With Trell on the stand, Jackson lawyer Brian Panish played part of an interview that AEG Live President Randy Phillips gave to Sky News television soon after Jackson's death.
"This guy was willing to leave his practice for a very large sum of money, so we hired him," Phillips said.
Panish also showed jurors an e-mail between AEG lawyers suggesting that Phillips told other interviewers AEG Live "hired" Murray.

Trouble at the Front
The Jackson lawyers argue that AEG Live executives ignored a series of "red flags" that should have alerted them that Jackson needed help as he prepared for his comeback concerts.
Earlier testimony from Jackson's make up artist, choreographer and an associate director described his failing health and mental condition in the last two weeks of his life.
Panish asked Trell about e-mails titled "trouble at the Front" between AEG executives and people working on the production starting on June 19, 2009 -- a night that show director Kenny Ortega sent Jackson home because of his strange behavior.
"He was a basket case and Kenny was concerned he would embarrass himself on stage, or worse yet -- get hurt," production director John "Bugsy" Houghdahl wrote to AEG Live top execs Randy Phillips and Paul Gongaware. "The company is rehearsing right now, but the DOUBT is pervasive."
Phillips forwarded the e-mail to his boss -- Tim Leiweke -- at AEG Live's parent company, with the comment: "We have a real problem here."
Jackson had missed a number of rehearsals and the "This Is It" tour debut was just three weeks away in London.
Ortega, in an e-mail previously reported, told Phillips that same morning -- five days before Jackson died -- that he did not think he would be ready for the shows.
"I honestly don't think he is ready for this based on his continued physical weakening and deepening emotional state," he wrote. Ortega described seeing "strong signs of paranoia, anxiety and obsessive-like behavior" with Jackson. "I think the very best thing we can do is get a top psychiatrist to evaluate him ASAP."
Even John Branca, a former Jackson advisor and lawyer who had just been rehired, weighed in with advice in an e-mail: "I have the right therapist/spiritual advisor/substance abuse counselor who could help (recently helped mike tyson get sober and paroled) ... do we know whether there this is a substance issued involved (perhaps better discussed on the phone.)"
Does Trell consider that exchange a "red flag" that AEG Live should have noticed, Panish asked.
"I would take it seriously, as I believe Mr. Phillips did," Trell answered. "I don't know I would use the word 'red flag.'"
Phillip called a meeting the next afternoon with Murray at Jackson's home.
Afterward, he sent this e-mail to Ortega:
"Kenny, it is critical that neither you, me, or anyone around this show become amateur psychologists or physicians. I had a lengthy conversation with Dr. Murray, who I am gaining immense respect for as I get to deal with him more. He said that Michael is not only physically equipped to perform and that discouraging him to, will hasten his decline instead of stopping it. Dr. Murray also reiterated that he is mentally able to and was speaking to me from the house where he had spent the morning with MJ. This doctor is extremely successful (we check everyone out) and does not need this gig so he totally unbiased and ethical."
The Jacksons' lawyer called this e-mail "a flat out lie," since AEG Live had not done a background check on Murray before hiring him -- and if they had it would have disclosed that he was in deep debt and not a successful doctor.
"We did not do a background or credit check on Dr. Murray," Trell conceded.

No due diligence
The Jackson lawyers contend that AEG Live is liable for his death because they did not do their "due diligence" by checking Murray's background and credentials.
If they had done so, they would have realized that Murray had a major conflict of interest that made him vulnerable to break rules in his treatment if Michael Jackson, they argue.
Murray needed the high-paying job because he was more than $1 million in debt, his home was being foreclosed on, he was being sued for unpaid child support and delinquent taxes, and his cardiology clinic in Las Vegas faced eviction. His $150,000 a month job would end if Jackson's shows were canceled or delayed, according to the terms of his contract.
AEG Live failed to conduct the background check, which the company's own expert witness said would between cost between $40 and $125.
"I am not familiar with the process of doing background checks," Trell said. "No training."
Trell is back on the witness stand Wednesday for questioning by AEG Live lawyer Jessica Stebbins Bina.
The trial, which is in its fourth week in a Los Angeles courtroom, is expected to last through July.

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Re: Кэтрин Джексон против AEG Live

#527  Сообщение Admin » 22 май 2013, 20:56

Jacksons vs AEG - Day 14 – May 20 2013 – Summary
Джексоны против AEG - День 14 - 20 мая 2013 - Итоги

Katherine, Rebbie and Trent Jackson are at court.

LATimes reported that Jacksons offered a settlement.

Kevin Boyle , a lawyer for Katherine Jackson and MJ’s kids , said they offered to settle lawsuit against AEG, but that they never got an answer. Kevin Boyle said the family made the offers in January and March. Boyle would not provide details but said AEG’s insurance would have paid, “which means they could have settled the case without them paying a dime of their money.” He said AEG has never offered to settle “and they haven’t apologized.” (LATimes)

Marvin Putnam, an attorney for AEG, said it was inappropriate to discuss settlement discussions.“We don’t settle matters that are utterly baseless,” he said. “We believe that is the case in this matter. I can’t see why we would consider a settlement as anything other than a shakedown.” (LATimes)

CNN Reports there was a snack controversy during trial: AEG lawyers gave a bag of peppermint candy to the bailiff to hand out to the jury this week. Even Katherine Jackson enjoyed the treat. But Jackson's lawyer raised an objection Tuesday afternoon, suggesting jurors might be influenced if they realized the source of the sweets. A compromise was reached. Each side can provide snacks for jurors, but they'll be placed at the bailiff's desk before jurors enter court so they have no clue who brought it. (CNN)
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AEG Live General Counsel Shawn Trell told jurors that he had forgotten that Kenny Ortega was working under a signed contract. (AP)

Trell said he met with his attorneys last night and reviewed one doc -- Kenny Ortega's contract. "He had a written contract," Trell said. "I remember the email dynamic. I'm not too proud to admit that I didn't recall the cover contract," Trell said. Trell said he was changing his testimony from yesterday to add that Ortega had a written contract, not only emails between him and AEG. (ABC7)

Next topic was Insurance: Cancellation/Non-Appearance/Sickness. Trell said he started working on insurance for MJ tour in November of 2008. Panish showed several chains of emails where the parties talked about the insurance for the tour. (ABC7)

Email from Bob Taylor insurance broker to Trell on 1/7/09: prior to speaking w/ carriers we ask the artist to attend medical with a doctor... A full medical with both blood/urine tests. The doctor also wants to review the medical records over the last 5 years to ensure full disclosure. Insurers require further medical examination to be carried out by their nominated doctor. They may restrict illness cover or death from illness cover until this examination has taken place. (ABC7)

Email from 4/30/09: Wooley to Trell : "We have no coverage against MJ sickness unless and until MJ submits to another medical in London” (ABC7)

Email from 5/28/09: Trell to Taylor:"We really need to get that medical done" (ABC7)

Email from 6/23/09: Trell to Taylor : "Any update on the availability of Term insurance?" (life insurance) (ABC7)

Trell said if they secured life insurance, they would get money if MJ died. "We would get the money owed to us, yes," Trell testified. (ABC7) Trell also said he continued discussions with an insurance broker about additional coverage to recoup AEG Live's investment if the tour had to be canceled. (AP)

Email from 6/24/09: Taylor to Trell : Insurers have refused to move on this. Huge amount of speculation in the media regarding artist's health. They feel if they're to consider providing illness to cover this particular artist, they must have very through medical report (ABC7)

Email from 6/25/09: Gongaware to Taylor : "If we don't get sickness coverage, we are dropping this policy" (ABC7)

Email from 6/25/09: Taylor to Gongaware : The consultation in London is critical. The doctor is holding the afternoon of the 6th July open at Harley St. But keep in mind the visit could take 2 hours plus (ABC7)

Next topic: Budget/Costs. Panish showed an email from AEG's Rick Webking to MJ's Estate with 1st report of artist advances/expenses. This was a letter sent to the estate containing the expenses incurred, Trell said. "It seems to me we submitted this report for their review, I don't see any request for payment," Trell said. (ABC7)

Trell said he spoke with Randy Phillips and Paul Gongaware about Michael Jackson's physical condition prior to coming to testify. "I had heard about rehearsals in which Mr. Jackson was fantastic," Trell said. (ABC7)

Trell said he's aware of email from Ortega saying doctor was not allowing MJ to attend rehearsal on June 14, 2009. "I was aware of MJ's doctor not allowing him to attend rehearsal," Trell said. (ABC7)

Email from 6/17/09 from Phillips: ...Ortega, Gongaware, Dileo, and his doctor Conrad from Vegas and I have an intervention with him to get him to focus and come to rehearsal (ABC7)

Email from 6/17/09 from Gongaware to Phillip's assistant: "We need a physical therapist and a nutritionist" (ABC7)

Email from Production Manager - Gongaware/Phillips on 6/19/09 : “Paul/Randy I'm not bring a drama queen here. Kenny asked me to notify you both MJ was sent home without stepping foot on stage. He was a basket case and Kenny was concerned he would embarrass himself on stage, or worse yet, be hurt. The company is rehearsing right now, but the DOUBT is pervasive. (ABC7)

Email from Randy Phillips to Tim Leiweke on 6/19/09 : "We have a huge problem here." (ABC7)

"I think he recognized there was a problem on the 19th," Trell said. "I would take it seriously, as I believe Mr. Phillips did." (ABC7) Trell agreed with a statement by plaintiff's attorney Brian Panish that company executives knew by then there was a "deep issue" with Jackson.(AP)

Does Trell consider that exchange a "red flag" that AEG Live should have noticed, Panish asked. "I would take it seriously, as I believe Mr. Phillips did," Trell answered. "I don't know I would use the word 'red flag.'" (CNN)

One of the emails shown to jury was from Jackson estate co-executor John Branca, sent 5 days before Jackson’s death. Branca wrote Phillips, Gongaware and other AEG execs on June 20th that he had an spiritual/substance abuse expert who could work with MJ.(AP) John Branca, Jackson’s attorney, also chimed in, sending an email marked “confidential” to a handful of people, including Phillips, Gongaware and Leiweke. (LATimes) Branca asked whether there were substance abuse issues, but wrote that the issue might be best discussed on the phone. The email was sent the same day that a meeting was held at Jackson’s home with Murray. No further info given to jury. (AP)

Email from John Branca to Phillips, Gongaware, Joel Katz, Frank DiLeo, Michael Kane on 6/20/09 : "I have the right therapist/spiritual advisor/substance abuse counselor who could help (recently helped Mike Tyson get sober and paroled) Do we know whether there is a substance issue involved (perhaps better discussed on the phone). (ABC7)

Trell said Mr. Phillips never told him about this email. (ABC7)

Email from Ortega to Randy Phillips on 6/20/09: (chain of emails) : "I honestly don't think he is ready for this based on his continued physical weakening and deepening emotional state”

Trell said he didn't see these emails. He said he spoke with Randy Phillips about Phillips' perception of MJ in order to prepare for testifying, but not about specific emails. Trell has been designated as the most qualified person to speak on behalf of AEG. (ABC7)

Email from Phillips to Gongaware on 6/20/09 at 1:52 am : Tim and I are going to see him tomorrow, however, I'm not sure what the problem is Chemical or Physiological? (ABC7)

From Gongaware to Phillips, on 6/20/09 at 5:59 am : Take the doctor with you. Why wasn't he there last night? (ABC7)

From Phillips to Gongaware, on 6/20/09 at 2:01 pm : He is not a psychiatrist so I'm not sure how effective he can be at this point obviously, getting him there is not the issue. It is much deeper. (ABC7)

Trell said Randy Phillips went to a handful of rehearsals, three at the Forum and two at Staples Center. The head of the marketing department attended rehearsal on June 23, 2009. "She was blown away by it," Trell testified. (ABC7)

He said he was unaware of issues with Jackson at rehearsals.“I knew of no problems with Michael Jackson at all,” Trell testified. (LATimes)

Trell said he never saw the emails from Phillips directing people to exclude images from TII of MJ looking "skeletal" while rehearsing. "What were his observations of MJ's physical condition during rehearsal," Trell said. "I asked for his (Phillips) personal opinion." (ABC7)

Next line of questioning is about human resources and background checks. Trell said they can be valuable and useful tools when hiring. Background check costs around $40 to $125. Trell said AEG Live could afford this fee. "We don't do background checks on independent contractors," Trell said. Trell said he was involved in the hiring by AEG Live for the TII tour. His department was responsible for retaining independent contractors. Trell said he is not familiar with background check process for hiring. (ABC7) "I am not familiar with the process of doing background checks," Trell said. "No training." (CNN)

Plaintiff’s attorney Brian Panish also asked Trell about background checks. Trell said AEG doesn't do checks on independent contractors. Panish said an AEG-retained expert testified at deposition that a background check on Murray would cost $40-125 dollars. Panish: “Could AEG afford that?” “Sure,” Trell responded. (Re: background checks for contractors) (AP)

Panish: There was no hiring criteria for the TII tour, correct?
Trell: Not to my knowledge (ABC7)

Trell testified that when it comes to independent contractors, they have either worked with the artists, AEG or known in the industry. Trell agreed that no background check was done on anyone working on "This Is It" tour. (ABC7) AEG Live General Counsel Shawn Trell told jurors that no legal or financial checks were done involving Conrad Murray or anyone else who worked as an independent contractor on the "This Is It" shows. (AP)

Depending on the nature of the position, a background could be done, Trell said, like for potential employees in the financial area.(ABC7) Trell said he thought a background check would be appropriate for people working in financial roles, but not tour personnel who weren't employees of AEG.(AP)

As to independent contractors, Trell said there's no supervision and monitoring like there's for employees. (ABC7)

Panish: you don't do anything to check into background, supervise or protect the artist?
Trell: No, safety is a concern (ABC7)

"When they leave the environment, what they do on their own time is their own business," Trell said. (ABC7) Trell said that AEG did not hire Murray, that the doctor was like many independent contractors, "what they do on their own time is their own business." (KABC)

Trell testified he doesn't believe the artist is more at risk because AEG Live doesn't do background check. (ABC7)

"We did nothing to monitor Dr. Murray," Trell said. "We did not monitor whatever it was that he was doing, no." (ABC7)

"It called for Michael Jackson being able to terminate Dr. Murray at will," Trell said about the contract. "If the concerts didn't go forward, and he was terminated under this provision, Dr. Murray would not be paid going forward," Trell explained (ABC7)

As to Dr Murray being under dire financial straits, Trell said that he doesn't know if he agrees with it, everyone's perception is different. (ABC7)

Trell: I certainly wasn't aware of it at the time
Panish: Because you didn't check, right?
Trell: That's right (ABC7)

"I don't think conflict of interests are a good thing, and we would want to prevent it," Trell said. (ABC7)

Email from Kathy Jorie to Shawn Trell on 6/24/09 at 12:54 am:
Subject: Revised agreement with GCA Holdings/Dr. Murray
It had two attachments Attachments:
Revised Michael Jackson -AEG GCA Holdings Murray Agreement 6-18-09
Final MJ -- AEG GCA Holdings Agreement (Dr. Murray) 6-23-09 (ABC7)

Email chain from 6/23/09, 5:39pm from Jorrie to Wooley, Murray
Subject: RE: Michael Jackson - Revised Agreement with GCA Holdings/Dr. Murray
Email: I have redlined the Word version so that you can see all of the revisions. In addition, I've attached clean PDF version for execution
The email says that if Dr. Murray approved it, he was to print it, sign and send it back to Jorrie. (ABC7)

Panish: Did Ms. Jorrie call this contract a draft?
Trell: She called it a Final Version (ABC7)

"Every document is a draft until it is executed," Trell said. (ABC7)

Panish showed emails exchanged among AEG executives that contained drafts of Murray’s contract. On June 23, 2009, attorney Kathy Jorrie emailed Murray and said she had “attached a clean pdf version which is ready for execution.” Although Murray had signed a contract with the company, neither Jackson nor anyone from AEG had added their signatures. Trell testified that a copy of the contract had never been sent to Jackson. (LATimes)

With Trell on the stand, Jackson lawyer Brian Panish played part of an interview that AEG Live President Randy Phillips gave to Sky News television soon after Jackson's death.
"This guy was willing to leave his practice for a very large sum of money, so we hired him," Phillips said. Panish also showed jurors an e-mail between AEG lawyers suggesting that Phillips told other interviewers AEG Live "hired" Murray. (CNN)

Panish: Isn't it true that Randy Phillips made numerous comments that AEG Live hired Dr. Murray?
Trell: I know he has made that statement (ABC7)

On July 1st, within 5 days of MJ's death, Phillips gave an interview to SkyNews saying AEG Live hired Dr. Murray. "I don't know what you mean about admitted, he made that statement," Trell said. (ABC7)

Panish said AEG higher-ups became concerned after Phillips made such admission. Trell said he didn't know if that was true. Bruce Black is the General Counsel for parent company of AEG and AEG Live. Michael Roth is AEG's media relations. (ABC7)

Email from Kathy Jorrie to Bruce Black and Michael Roth on 8/25/09:
Subject: AEG Live president says AEG Live hired Dr. Conrad Murray (ABC7)

Panish shows Trell a deposition, under oath, given by insurance broker Bob Taylor on another case. Trell said he has never seen or read it. Trell denied having a telephone conversation with Mr. Taylor where Trell asked him if a doctor's compensation was covered in the insurance. (ABC7)

Panish: Does that refresh your recollection that AEG was employing Dr. Murray?
Trell: Mr. Taylor has this completely wrong (ABC7)

After lunch break, Brian Panish asked if Shawn Trell wanted to change anything else in his testimony, to which he said no (ABC7)

Bruce Black, attorney for Anschutz, was present in the meeting with LAPD. Trell met with the police on Tuesday, January 12, 2010. Trell told the police that day that Dr. Murray would receive $150,000 compensation per month. Trell also said that Dr. Murray requested and AEG would provide necessary medical equipment and a nurse. (ABC7) The interview with detectives was in January 2010. A detective wrote in a summary that AEG told them it agreed to pay Murray $150k and also provide a nurse and medical equipment for the care of Jackson.(AP) More than five months after Jackson’s death, Trell said, he informed LAPD detectives that Murray initially requested $5 million to join the tour but eventually agreed to a salary of $150,000 a month for 10 months. AEG also agreed to provide medical equipment and a nurse, he testified. (LATimes)

Panish: as far as you know, all the agreements written for TII tour was done under AEG Live Productions, right?
Trell: Yes
Panish: Was Dr. Murray trying to help AEG get insurance?
Trell: The policy was in both names, so he was helping both parties. (ABC7)

Trell said Dennis Hawk, who represented MJ, was in touch with Taylor regarding the insurance. (ABC7)

Panish: As of June 2009, you don't even know whether Mr. Jackson had a personal manager working for him, right?
Trell: Well, my understanding at the time there were a couple of people acting in that capacity. (ABC7)

Email on 6/2/09 from Randy Phillips to Jeff Wald: "Jeff, remember getting MJ to focus is not the easiest thing in the world and we still have no lawyer, business manager, or, even real manager in place. It is a nightmare!" (ABC7)

Trell said the only time he saw an artist's signature required to retain an independent contractor was for Dr. Murray. Trell said his understanding was that Dr. Murray worked for MJ for 3 years; didn't know how many times MJ saw Dr. Murray. "I've never spoken with Dr. Murray ever. And I met/spoke with Mr. Jackson once," Trell said. (ABC7)

"He was a significant expense," Trell testified about Dr. Murray. Trell said AEG Live didn't do anything to check Dr. Murray's competency as doctor, other than checking his physician license. Trell said AEG didn't do anything to determine Dr. Murray's financial conditions in 2009. (ABC7)

Jury was shown an email that Phillips sent to Kenny Ortega on night of June 20, 2009. It was email urging Ortega to stand down. (AP)

Email on 6/20/09 Phillips to Ortega : Kenny it's critical that neither you, me, anyone around this show become amateur psychiatrist/physicians. I had a lengthy conversation with Dr. Murray, who I am gaining immense respect for as I get to deal with him more. He said that Michael is not only physically equipped to perform & discouraging him to will hasten his decline instead of stopping it. Dr. Murray also reiterated that he is mentally able to and was speaking to me from the house where he had spent the morning with MJ. This doctor is extremely successful (we check everyone out) and does not need this gig so he totally unbiased and ethical. (ABC7)

Panish asked Trell whether Phillips’ characterization to Ortega, given no background check was done, was a lie. Trell responded that he didn’t know what Phillips knew or was thinking when he wrote that email to Ortega. Trell also said he expected Randy Phillips to testify at some point during the trial, so he could address the email himself. (AP)

Panish then asked Trell, “Sir, you never checked out one single thing about Dr. Murray -- you’ve already told me that, correct?”
“As of the date of the email, that would’ve been correct,” Trell said. (LAtimes)

When pressed by Panish, Trell said that Phillips’ statement that Murray had been checked out, along with the executive’s claim that the doctor “does not need this gig” were inaccurate. “I don’t know where Randy’s understanding or impression comes from,” Trell said.(LATimes) Trell testified that Phillips might have been “misinformed” or simply was stating his impression of the Las Vegas cardiologist.(NYDailyTimes)

Panish: But no one at AEG checked Dr. Murray to see if he was successful or not, isn't that true?
Trell: Yes (ABC7)

Panish then asked several pointed questions about whether Shawn Trell agreed with Phillips telling Ortega they’d checked Murray out. One of Panish’s questions was whether Trell thought Phillips’ email was “acceptable conduct.” (AP)

Panish called Phillips' statement "a flat out lie" and asked Trell whether he agreed with it or if it signified how AEG did business. Trell said he didn't know what Phillips thought he knew when he wrote the message. "I know this statement is not accurate, but you'd have to speak with Mr. Phillips about what he thought or meant in saying it," Trell said. (AP)

Panish: That's a flat out lie, isn't it sir?
Trell: I don't know what Mr. Phillips intended to say, this should be a question to him (ABC7)

Panish: You don't know if he was successful or facing bankruptcy, did you?
Trell: No (ABC7)

Trell: I know the statement is not accurate. You have to speak with Mr. Phillips about what he meant to say. (ABC7)

Panish: Do you agree w/CEO of your company making untrue statements?
Trell: I don't know that he didn't know it wasn't true when he said it (ABC7)

Trell said Phillips never told him that he checked Dr. Murray out. As to reference in Phillips' email about Dr. Murray being unbiased, ethical, not needing this gig, Trell said it was Phillips' impressions (ABC7)

He said AEG typically only runs background checks on candidates applying for full-time jobs with AEG, not independent contractors.
(KABC)

Panish: Isn't it true AEG Live does not do background check on independent contractors?
Trell: That's true (ABC7)

Trell said that no one from AEG interviewed Dr. Murray because he was an independent contractor. (ABC7)

“Did anyone from AEG ever at any time interview Dr. Murray?” asked Brian Panish
“No,” Trell replied. (LATimes)

Panish showed a document used by AEG entitled "Disclosure and Authorization to Conduct Background Check". Doc is used for employment, promotion, retention, contingent or the rate staffing, consulting, sub-contract work, or volunteer work. Panish asked if there was any reason why Dr. Murray was not given a background check. "He wasn't an employee, he wasn't applying for a full time position with the company," Trell explained. Trell said theoretically they could've asked to check Dr. Murray's background and credit. (ABC7)


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Jessica Bina began her examination by showing the letter submitted by AEG's CFO to the Estate of Michael Jackson for their review. (ABC7) She asked Shawn Trell about the estimate presented to Jackson’s estate that included Murray’s $300k fees. She asked why it was prepared. Shawn Trell said it was done at the request of the estate. He said Jackson’s estate wanted to know state of tour finances when Jackson died. (AP) Trell said the report was requested by the Estate after a series of meetings after MJ's death. The purpose of the meeting was to wind up the business affairs of the tour due to MJ's death, Trell said. "It was my understating in June Tohme was back in the picture in some capacity. I'm not sure which, Mr. DiLeo was in it too," Trell said (ABC7)

Bina: Is there any request for payment?
Trell: No, there's no demand for payment, it's for review (ABC7)

Stebbins Bina asked about the inclusion of Murray’s fee in the document. She said she wanted to show something Panish didn't. (AP) Bina showed the report that was attached to the letter. (ABC7) Murray’s fee on the document had a footnote. Trell read what that footnote said, and explained why estate wasn’t asked for Murray’s fee. (AP) Next to "Management Medical" there's a reference to footnote 3. Note 3: contract not signed by Michael Jackson and such signature was a condition precedent to any payment obligations.(ABC7) “Contract is not signed by Michael Jackson and such signature was condition precedent to any payment obligation.” _ Footnote on Murray fee.(AP) Trell testified Webking, the CFO for AEG, did not ask MJ's Estate for payment of Dr. Murray's salary. (ABC7)

“You testified you were somewhat confused (by the inclusion of the $300,000)?” AEG defense lawyer Jessica Stebbins Bina asked Trell as she projected the list, dated July 17, 2009, on a screen for jurors.

“Do you see there’s something in parentheses?” Stebbins Bina asked, zooming in to blow up a footnote from AEG CFO Frederick Webking that stated Michael Jackson never signed Murray’s contract, so its terms were not enforceable.

“Is Mr. Webking asking the estate to pay?” Stebbins Bina asked Trell.
“No,” he replied, explaining that upon reflection he believed Mr. Webking was just being “thorough” by including the $300,000 as a budgeted cost.

“Did Mr. Webking make a mistake as you thought yesterday?” she asked.

“No,” Trell answered. “He did not.” (NYDailyNews)

Second report made to the Estate on Sept. 18, 2009, there was no amount next to management medical. (ABC7) Stebbins Bina then showed a Sept. 2009 report of “This Is It” finances to Michael Jackson’s estate. Murray’s fee not listed in that document(AP)

Trell went thru his job description with AEG. He said he has five lawyers in his department and has worked on thousands of agreements. Trell explained what PMK is -- Person Most Knowledgeable, identified by the company to testify on its behalf. Trell said he didn't know about all the topics he was designated, so he had to do some studying and interviews with people.(ABC7)

As to Ortega's contract, Trell said he was aware ofa string of emails being at least a part of original agreement with Kenny. "When we were done here yesterday, I looked at Kenny Ortega's original agreement," Trell said. Trell noted he hadn't looked at Ortega's agreement since it was entered into in 2009. Bina showed copy of Ortega's contract. (ABC7) Before the afternoon break, Trell and jury were shown Kenny Ortega’s tour agreement. It was signed in April 2009. The agreement was three pages of legalese, with several pages of emails attached that confirmed the terms. The first three pages included some paragraphs that described who owned the rights to “This Is It” content. (AP) A large number of emails are part of the agreement as exhibits. Trell said he recalled the emails exchange and admitted again not being proud of forgetting the cover contract portion. Bina showed Ortega's executed contract with everyone's signature on it. Trell said Kenny Ortega was paid after his contract was signed. (ABC7)

Trell, Phillips and Kathy Jorrie were involved in drafting and negotiating the contract with Michael Jackson. For MJ, Trell said Dr. Tohme Tohme and attorneys Dennis Hawk and Peter Lopez represented him. He said there were multiple drafts. "It's my understanding they were talking to, or at least receiving offers from, a competitive of ours, Live Nation," Trell said. (ABC7) Trell also said that before signing an agreement with AEG, Jackson had been considering a tour offer from its main competitor, Live Nation. (LATimes)

Bina showed the jury the final tour agreement. Trell said he went to MJ's home at Carolwood to sign it. Upon arrival, Trell said Mr. Jackson got up from where he was seated, and said 'Hi, welcome, I'm Michael." Trell said it was pretty funny, since he was a very distinct person. Trell said they shook hands, he had a good firm handshake and his voice was not what people think. (ABC7)

"He popped up, came over, introduced himself, was very cordial, there was a real positive energy, good vibe in the room," Trell said. "He seemed genuinely enthused," Trell added. "He had the contract in front of him, said he read every page, seemed very enthused." Trell said they all signed it and Mr. Jackson was really keen on the 3-D stuff, that he was already down the road in his mind. "I was probably there just a little less than an hour. And that was the only time I met him," Trell recalled. (ABC7)

“There was a real positive energy and vibe in the room,” Trell said. “He seemed genuinely enthused, we sat there for some time and he had the contract out in front of him. He said he had read every page; he was flipping through it. It just felt -- he just seemed so enthused by the whole thing.” (LATimes)

Bina discussed the contract for the tour agreement: A first class performance by Artist at each show on each of the approved itineraries. Contract: Artist shall perform no less than 80 minutes at each show, and the maximum show length for each show shall be 3.5 hours. Artist shall approve a sufficient number of shows on itineraries proposed by promoter or producer as to recoup the advances made. Trell said compensation was agreed on 90-10 split. Artist received 90% of what's defined contingent compensation.(ABC7)

Trell explained to jury how concerts get paid for. One scenario is artist pays for production up front. A second scenario is that the promoter gives artist an advance, and then they use the money to put together the show. The third option, Trell said, is the artist pays someone like AEG Live to produce and promote the show, with costs to come out of their pay. Trell called the second and third option like an interest-free loan. In Jackson's case, AEG agreed to a 90/10 split of show's proceeds. Jackson would have received the 90 percent portion, Trell said. Jackson also on the hook for a 5% production fee. (AP)

AEG Live was promoter and producer. "We advanced the money necessary to mount the tour," Trell explained. "It's interest free money". (ABC7) Trell testified Tuesday that Jackson’s advance, which covered his $100,000-a-month rent on his mansion and a $3-million payment to settle a lawsuit that would free up his performance rights, was considered a loan to be paid back to AEG. (LATimes)

Part of the advance was to pay off the settlement agreement of $3 million in London court. The underlying dispute was that a company owned the rights for Jackson's live performance. "The rights needed to be freed up," Trell said. The advances were to be paid back to AEG Live before the split of revenue. Production Advances were capped to $7.5 million. Contract: Artist was responsible for all the production costs in excess of the cap and had to reimburse promoter. (ABC7)

"Michael Jackson was known to have very elaborated productions," Trell said. "Production values can get significant, for lack of a better word, it really depends on how many bells and whistles they want," Trell said. Trell said AEG would not advance money without the artist requesting it. (ABC7)

Trell said it's not only typical and customary, but standard and artist needs to secure either non-appearance or cancellation insurance. Their interest in the policy, Trell said, was to cover the advances and production costs incurred with the production of the show. If the were no obligations to AEG, the payout would go back to the artist, Trell explained."It just recoups our loan made to the artist." (ABC7)

Trell was also asked about elements of tour insurance policies and an agreement with former manager Tohme Tohme. Jackson's contract called for him to represent to AEG that he didn't have any health conditions that would keep him from performing. (AP)

Contract: Artistco hereby represents and warrants that artist does not possess any known health conditions, injuries or ailments that would reasonable be expected to interfere with Artist's first class performance at each of the shows during the term (ABC7)

Oh Tohme's $100k per month agreement, Trell was shown a January contract that Jackson signed to pay that amount. However, Trell said Tohme's agreement was predicated on Jackson getting tour cancellation insurance by a certain date. Deadline passed and by that point Tohme was no longer Jackson's manager, so he wasn't entitled to be paid his monthly fee. (AP)

January 24, 2009 -- agreement entered with Dr. Tohme Tohme. Trell said MJ was involved and signed this agreement. "This agreement was entered into January 26, Trell testified. "There are conditions that needed to be met before any payment could be made." One of the the conditions was placement of non-appearance insurance, Trell said. That placement was done in late April, early May. In May, AEG received letter from MJ saying Tohme didn't rep him anymore. "No payments were ever made under this agreement," Trell explained. (ABC7)

AEG attorney Jessica Stebbins Bina told Trell she'd ask him about contract and Tohme agreement in more detail Wednesday. (AP)

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Re: Кэтрин Джексон против AEG Live

#528  Сообщение Milena » 23 май 2013, 07:14

admin писал(а):Девочки, милые, у кого сложности с английским, мы именно для этих целей обзавелись кнопочкой translate
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admin писал(а):Мы бы с удовольствием переводили сами, но отсутствие времени часто не дает этого сделать. icon_embarrassed


админ, icon_no
не отсутствие времени, а отсутствие желания) это вопрос взаимоуважения на форуме. Совсем несложно подредактировать транслит до читабельного вида в небольших заметках, я всегда это делала несмотря на то что у меня "сложности с английским" (с). не говоря уже о коротких сообщениях с твиттера.
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Re: Кэтрин Джексон против AEG Live

#529  Сообщение Milena » 23 май 2013, 07:37

admin писал(а):Одно из сообщений электронной почты показали жюри что соисполнитель недвижимости Джексона Джон Бранка, послал за 5 дней до смерти Джексона. Бранка писал Филлипсу, Gongaware и другим AEG Execs 20 июня, что он имел психолога / токсикомания эксперта, который мог бы работать с MJ. icon_wtf (AP) Джон Бранка, адвокат Джексона, также вмешался, отправив по электронной почте с пометкой "конфиденциально" в горстку людей, в том числе Филлипс, Gongaware и Leiweke. (LATimes) Бранка спросил, есть ли вопросы, злоупотребления психоактивными веществами, но писал, что вопрос вероятно лучше всего обсуждать по телефону. icon_secret Письмо было отправлено в тот же день, когда состоялась встреча в доме Джексона с Мюрреем. Никакой дополнительной информации, данной в жюри. (AP)

E-mail от Джон Бранка Филлипс, Gongaware, Джоэл Кац, Фрэнк Дилео, Майкл Кейн на 6/20/09: "Я имею хорошего терапевта / психиатра / токсикомания консультанта, который может помочь (недавно помог Майк Тайсон стать трезвым и получить условно-досрочное освобождение) Знаем ли мы, есть ли вещество (наркотик видимо) которое участвует в вопросе (возможно, лучше обсуждать по телефону). (ABC7)


Почему чудо-адвокат секретничал с AEG а не со своим работодателем как бы... icon_oh_well
admin писал(а):Что касается контракта Ортеги, Треллом сказал, что знает OFA строки писем, по меньшей мере часть первоначального соглашения с Кенни. "Когда мы сделали здесь вчера, я смотрел на первоначальном соглашении Кенни Ортеги," Треллом сказал. Треллом отметил, что он не смотрел на соглашение Ортеги, поскольку он был заключен в 2009 году. Бине показал копию контракта Ортеги. (ABC7) До обеденного перерыва, Треллом и жюри были показаны тур соглашение Кенни Ортеги. Оно было подписано в апреле 2009 года. Соглашение было три страницы юридическим языком, с несколькими страницами письма прилагается, который подтвердил условия. Первые три страницы включены некоторые пункты, что описано, кому принадлежат права на "This Is It" содержания. (AP) большого количества писем являются частью Соглашения в качестве экспонатов. Треллом сказал, что он напомнил о письме обмена и снова не признал, гордясь забывая часть крышки контракта. Бине показал выполненный контракт Ортеги с подписью каждого на нем. Треллом сказал Кенни Ортега был выплачивается после его контракт был подписан. (ABC7)


icon_ROFL жаль что кенни этого не знал)))

когда Кэтрин включила ортегу в список ответчиков по иску он так разорался развозмущался **что он тут совсем не при чем, что очень сочуйствовал Майклу, что грел ему ножки и чаем поил...и что ваще...он там просто мимо проходил, т.к. контракта с AEG он не имел** )))

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Re: Кэтрин Джексон против AEG Live

#530  Сообщение Milena » 23 май 2013, 17:48

Emails show AEG lawyer called Jackson a 'freak' icon_hmm

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ЛОС-АНДЖЕЛЕС (AP) - адвокат учредительной компании AEG Live называл Майкла Джексона уродом в день когда певец подписал многомиллионный контракт на серию злополучных концертов возвращения, как следует из сообщений электронной почты показанных жюри среду .

Электронные письма были представлены Брайаном Пэнишем, адвокатом матери Джексона в деле по ее иску, который утверждает что AEG был небрежен в найме личного врача , признанного виновным в убийстве поп-звезды.

В иске также говорится что AEG давил слишком сильно, несмотря на признаки того, что у него было слабое здоровье.

Электронные письма были отправлены 28 января 2009, примерно за четыре месяца до смерти певца.

В переписке генеральный советник AEG Live Шон Трелл сообщил своему боссу, что он собирается домой к Джексону чтобы подписать контракты на шоу "This Is It", в том же году в Лондоне.

Тед Fikre, главный юрисконсульт Anschutz Entertainment Group, написал через две минуты.

- "Означает ли это, вы можете встретить урода/ фрика?" ответил Fikre, по электронной почте.

- "Вероятно. Не знаю, что я чувствую по этому поводу. Безусловно интерес, но отчасти жутко," ответил Трелл, который высказывался одобрительно на даче показаний во вторник о своей единственной встрече с Джексоном.

Кэтрин Джексон сидела в первом ряду в зале суда, когда письма были показаны, и она прошла мимо Трелла в конце дня. Они не кивнули друг другу.
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"В этом сообщении просто пример, что у AEG не было никакого уважения к г-н Джексону." сказал Panish вне суда. "Все, чем он был, это средство, чтобы заработать деньги и для продвижения их концертного бизнеса, чтобы догнать Live Nation".

Live Nation является главным конкурентом AEG Live.

Джессика Стеббинсом Бине, судебный адвокат для защиты AEG, сказала, что электронные письма были показаны чтобы смутить AEG.

"Мы провели четыре недели и нам еще предстоит услышать одну часть основного доказательства", сказал Марвин С. Putnam, адвокат, который ведет оборону AEG

Он сказал, что адвокаты Кэтрин Джексон вместо этого решили атаковать AEG Live "боковыми вопросами и характеристиками".

Panish сказал после суда, что он покажет еще больше доказательств что AEG испытавали презрение к Джексону. icon_idontknow

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