Jacksons vs AEG - Day 17 – May 23 2013 – Summary

Katherine Jackson and Rebbie Jackson are in court. Katherine becomes emotional when Panish asks about Michael being pressured, leaves court during lunch and does not come back for the afternoon session.

Shawn Trell Testimony

*source info: all of the below information comes from ABC7 twitter account. As it's one single source I did not repeat ABC7 after every paragraph 

Jackson redirect

Jacksons vs AEG - Day 16 – May 22 2013 – Summary

Katherine, Rebbie and Trent Jackson are in court

Shawn Trell Testimony

AEG Cross

Trell was first asked about contract between AEG and Jackson’s former manager, Tohme R. Tohme. (AP) Jessica Bina asked Trell about an agreement regarding former manager Tohme Tohme. He was employed by Jackson and contract added duties. Compensation is detailed in contract. There was a condition precedent. Trell refers to cancellation insurance in tour agreement. Trell: while this agreement started in January, the conditions/terms not met. If Tohme would've performed as specified, would've been paid. (ABC7) Shawn Trell said Tohme’s agreement called for him to get paid once cancellation insurance was secured. Tour cancellation insurance wasn’t obtained for “This Is It” tour until late April, after Tohme had been fired. (AP)

Jacksons vs AEG - Day 14 – May 20 2013 – Summary

Katherine, Rebbie and Trent Jackson were at court.

Before testimony starts, Judge Yvette Palazuelos admonished the audience that no one is allowed to talk to jurors. Someone approached one of them. Apparently someone (person wasn’t identified) spoke with a juror, which is a big no-no. Could lead to a mistrial. (AP&ABC7)

Julie Hollander Testimony

AEG cross

Jacksons vs AEG - Day 15 – May 21 2013 – Summary

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)

Jacksons vs AEG - Day 13 – May 17 2013 – Summary

Katherine, Rebbie and Trent Jackson are in court. 

Jackson attorney Brian Panish has decided not to call Dr. Emery Brown a propofol expert. (AP) Panish told ABC7 he thought Dr. Brown's testimony wasn't going to add anything new to the jury. (ABC7)

There’s no witness available now to testify in the morning session, so Jackson attorney Panish plays video deposition of Marty Hom, defense expert witness. (AP & ABC7)

Marty Hom Video Depostion