Tiffany Greshams boyfriend, Michael Macarthy, who lived at the apartment at the time of the fire, was later allowed to intervene in the case. Cooper asked the court to force Macarthy to respond to interrogatories and requests for production, claiming that he failed to comply with an agreement to supplement discovery to answers in a timely fashion. Macarthy responded by filing a motion to dismiss his claims through attorneys John Anderson and Andrew Martin, a request the judge granted on June 15. Matoesian granted Coopers motion to compel on Aug. 2, ordering Macarthy to disclose any investigative reports from the police and other investigators in his possession. The motion to compel against Macarthy regarding medical issues and tax returns was declared moot. Gresham is represented by Ryan Mahoney of Swansea. William B. Starnes, II and Jennifer M.
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Wrongful Death Lawsuit Pending Against County Over Alleged Hospital Abuse
Murray had been treating Jackson for two months and the written contract stated that his start day was May 1, 2009. A series of e-mail exchanges involving Murray and AEG Live executives and lawyers support this argument, Panish said. A look at the life of Michael Jackson Blame and damages If the jury concludes AEG Live has liability, it would have to decide how much the company should pay in economic and personal damages to Jackson's mother and children. They can use estimates of Jackson's "lost earnings capacity" -- the amount of money he could reasonably be expected to have earned if he had lived -- to guide them. AEG Live expert Eric Briggs testified it was "speculative" that Jackson would have even completed another tour because of his drug use, damaged reputation and history of failed projects. He suggested the star may never have earned another dime. Putnam's closing argument about damages must overcome the impression left on jurors Tuesday, when Panish played a video montage of Jackson performances.
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Lawyer: AEG Tried to Talk Jackson Out of Hiring Conrad Murray
Attorneys for AEG, one of the nations largest entertainment firms, and Jacksons family for the first time this week put a price tag on the singers 2009 death. Brian Panish, representing Jacksons mother and three children, said AEG should pay $85 million in personal damages to each child, and $35 million to Katherine Jackson . Also 111 South Hill Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012, USA Those figures, though, could pale compared to the potential economic damages that jurors could award if AEG is found liable in Jacksons death. An expert witness for the Jackson family calculated that the performer could have made as much as $1.5 billion if he had lived, from a world tour, endorsements, new music and a Las Vegas show that was under discussion. Were not looking for sympathy, Panish told jurors. Were looking for justice, full and complete. But AEG attorney Marvin Putnam scoffed at the calculation, saying its expert witness put the economic damages from Jacksons death closer to $21 million. The AEG witness testified that Jackson had a history of canceled shows and erratic behavior that made the likelihood of something like a world tour nearly unthinkable. Putnam said AEG should not be held accountable for the actions and habits of a 50-year-old man like Jackson.
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Michael Jackson Wrongful-Death Suit Now in Hands of Jury
Monroe County (427.2 KB) A wrongful death lawsuit is now pending against Monroe County over the treatment of a former patient at Monroe Community Hospital. A wrongful death lawsuit is now pending against Monroe County over the treatment of a former patient at Monroe Community Hospital. A summons was filed last week on behalf of Samuel Condello. According to court documents, Condello was denied proper care by the hospital's former director, Todd Spring. http://thepersonalinjurydirectory.com/blog/palm-desert-personal-injury-attorney/ Condello was an amputee and required a wheelchair to get around. But his representatives say Spring stopped him from using the wheelchair as a disciplinary measure. The allegations were the subject of a state investigation that led to Spring's dismissal as the hospital's director. Condello died in January. The county has 30 days to respond to the summons. Copyright 2013 Nexstar Broadcasting, Inc.
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Michael Jackson wrongful death case nearly in jury's hands
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