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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Kevin Boyle
A judge has dismissed all but one count in a civil lawsuit by Michael Jackson's mother against concert giant AEG Live, which hired a doctor who was convicted of involuntary manslaughter in the singer's death.
A jury should decide whether the promoter of Michael Jackson's final concerts negligently hired and supervised the physician convicted of causing the singer's death, a judge tentatively ruled Monday.
Concert giant AEG Live is seeking book drafts and manuscripts by Jermaine Jackson that it claims may reveal details about his superstar brother that will help its defense in a lawsuit filed by the singers' mother.
Some of the little guys in the NFL labor dispute have thrown their support behind the players in their legal fight to end the owner-imposed lockout.
"We believe there are numerous ways that we can win on appeal," Boyle wrote in an email.
Katherine Jackson's attorney, Kevin Boyle, argued that "There is nothing more prejudicial than dropping that bomb in court, mentioning child molestation."