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 Post subject: Re: Contract AEG si Michael
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corect andreea.si cum naiba au reusit ei sa vanda atatea bilete pe minut si nu a cazut netul,cand se stie foarte bine ,ca in 25 iunie,netul a picat datorita multitudinii de accesari facute de fanii lui mj. :?: :shock:


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 Post subject: Re: Contract AEG si Michael
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Fetele ce va mai chinuiti cu asta cu biletele, nu ati citit ce am scris la Arena O2 topic ca, acea Conf. nu a avut loc niciodata la Londra nici in vise !! :D :P Si fiind asa, treaba cu biletele e la fel, adica faci tu vanzari online unde nu controlezi nimic practic, asta e si farmecul :D :P :lol: nimeni nu stie sit. reala ce a fost pe net atunci si asta s-a si vrut !! :) ;) Iar potentiali spectatori nu tipa nimeni dupa bani, pai pana acum AEG ar fi fost in toate ziarele si cu procese pe cap, hai 1,2 , 100 persoane poate nu faceau tambalau, dar cum se zice zeci de mii ca nu si-au luat banii inapoi !! astia faceau valva mare, cand colo TACERE !!! asa ca BLUF SI MINCIUNA TOTALA :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

Ii toca presa pe AEG din luna aug-sept. daca era ceva cu biletele astea, PAI DACA BILETE NU SUNT CINE SA PLANGA DUPA BANI ??? :D :P . Dupa mine e cea mai tare cacialma sa zici ca vinzi bilete si de fapt nu dai nimic.

Si asa e cadea netul de 1000 ori la o solicitare ca asta pe min. adica netul era mai mult blocat decat sa functioneze si atunci logic sa zicem lumea ar fi incercat mai mult, astia AEG ar fi zis uite prelungim perioada de vanzari online ca sunt probl. cu netul, nu asa cum au zis atunci imediat ca 1 zi s-au vandut peste 1 mil. gata s-a ajuns cu concertele in martie 2010, prin urmare s-a inchis "taraba" :lol: online de vanzari bilete, sa fim seriosi !!! 1 zi !!!!!!!

Eu cred asta : s-a testat piata fiindca nu investeste nimeni in concerte daca nu stie va avea un nr. mare de audienta si castig. Si da, stiau AEG ca MJ e MARE SI IUBIT, dar MJ nu mai concertase de ani, ori lor le trebuia un test.. cu ocazia asta au stiut si ce sa faca si poate vazand ca sunt asa MULTI doritori, intradevar le-a VENIT IDEEA FILMUL ;) FIINDCA ATUNCI VEDE TOT GLOBUL NU DOAR 1 MIL. de spectatori, desigur si castigul e mai mare si MJ nu e stors pe scena la maxim.

Cred ca a fost si alt motiv, poate au fost amenintari, poate terorism insa schimbarea asta de la concerte la film a avut niste motivatii reale si bune si mai ales sa fie toata lumea multumita. In opinia mea AEG a lucrat excelent si a lucrat asa CU MJ, nu de capul ei. ;)

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 Post subject: Re: Proces Allgood impotriva MJ,AEG si Dileo
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11 May 2009 TMZ staff

Michael Jackson's hailed London concerts may never happen -- if a new bunch of lawyers get their way.

We've learned AllGood Entertainment -- the company that was putting together a series of concerts with Michael Jackson, Janet Jackson, and their brothers -- has fired off a cease and desist letter to the people organizing Jacko's London concerts, demanding that the show not go on.

Here's what went down. In late 2008, Jackson's manager -- Frank Dileo -- signed a deal promising that M.J. would appear with his family on tour. Part of the deal -- Jackson was prohibited from making another concert deal for 18 months. But lawyers for the family tour claim after their deal was signed, Jackson went and signed up for his London concerts -- allegedly a violation of the 18-month blackout clause.

Lawyers for the family tour now want to block the London concerts. As for Jacko's defense ... we're told his position is that he never signed his name on the family tour deal. But we know his manager signed, and in the law an agent can often sign for the client.

So will the London show go on?


MJ will be sued over Jackson 5
16. May 2009 TMZ staff
We've learned there was a secret meeting yesterday at the Beverly Hills Hotel, where Michael Jackson made it clear -- he will not perform with Janet and the Jackson 5; and the dude who organized the concert tour tells us he will sue them.

As we first reported, Jacko's manager signed a deal on behalf of M.J. to perform with his sis and bros at Cowboy Stadium in Arlington, Texas in 2010. Part of the deal -- that he not sign any other concert deal for 18 months. But then Jacko went and signed up for his London concerts which are scheduled to begin in July.

The company that organized the family concert --- AllGood Entertainment -- got Michael, daddy Joe Jackson and several others in a room yesterday at the Bev Hills Hotel. Joe tried to convince Michael that the family tour should go on, but Michael wouldn't budge because it would have aired on pay-per-view and M.J. said he doesn't like pay-per-view! The meeting was heated and no one agreed to anything.

Patrick Allocco of AllGood Entertainment tells us he's going to sue Jackson and his family next week.

In an official statement issued today The Jacksons (Jackie, Tito, Jermaine, Marlon and Randy Jackson) have denied they were in any way involved with a proposed Jackson 5 reunion concert in Texas on July 3rd claimed this week by New Jersey concert promoters AllGood Entertainment.

According to The Jackson’s manager, Danny O’Donovan, the original members of the Jackson 5, and younger brother, Randy, who later joined Michael and his older brothers performing as The Jacksons, were never approached about participating in the purported Texas concert event with Michael and sister, Janet...

Posted at 10:29AM on May 16th 2009 by Gadge

. (16-5-2009) Jackie, Tito, Jermaine, Marlon, and Randy Jackson have put out a press release where they comment on recent rumours that the Jackson family is planning a family reunion concert:

Beverly Hills, CA, May 15, 2009 — In an official statement issued today The Jacksons (Jackie, Tito, Jermaine, Marlon and Randy Jackson) have denied they were in any way involved with a proposed Jackson 5 reunion concert in Texas on the third of July claimed this week by New Jersey concert promoters AllGood Entertainment.

According to The Jacksons' manager, Danny O'Donovan, the original members of the Jackson 5, and younger brother, Randy, who later joined Michael and his older brothers performing as The Jacksons, were never approached about participating in the purported Texas concert event with Michael and sister, Janet.

The Jacksons have said they will support Michael in fighting any legal action brought by AllGood Entertainment with regard to the promoter's claim about a concert in Texas Stadium on July 3.

O'Donovan said "There is absolutely no merit in this claim, and we had no knowledge of any contract, with anyone, for a so-called family tour reunion. In fact, The Jacksons were never even approached about it and no offer was ever made to them."

All of the Jackson brothers are thrilled that Michael is returning to the live stage this summer and are totally in support of his historic 50 concert run at London's O2 Arena. They eagerly look forward to seeing and enjoying his "This Is It!" concert event.

The plan of AllGood Entertainment was to host a "one-time event" tentatively titled "The Jackson Family Reunion: A Concert for the World" in the summer of 2009.

In addition to the proposal (which was drafted in attempts of locating a sponsor to fund the project), has reviewed several contractual documents between AllGood Entertainment and Frank Dileo. On November 26, 2008, a four page confidentiality and non-disclosure agreement was signed with regards to the reunion concert; the document is signed by roughly half a dozen parties including Frank Dileo. The term of the agreement was for 18 months following November 2008. The other signed agreement, drafted on November 21, 2008 and signed on November 25, 2008, was again four pages and signed by Frank Dileo and affiliated parties of AllGood Entertainment. This agreement called for at least a 90 minute performance by Michael Jackson and 150 minute performance overall by all parties of the Jackson family. The agreement also called for a press conference in which all Jackson family members were present to announce the concert. The Jackson family members would receive $24 million in profit for their involvement with the remaining money being distributed to the affiliated parties.

It should be noted that nowhere in any contract does the signature or authorization of ANY Jackson family member exist, it appears these contracts and proposals were drafted explicitly by Frank Dileo and AllGood Entertainment with no signed confirmation by any of the Jackson family members; it is unclear to what degree the Jackson family members are even aware of the whole situation.

Back on March 27, 2009, AllGood Entertainment sent a cease and desist letter via e-mail to Randy Phillips of AEG, which MJJR.net has also reviewed. This was in regards to an article that appeared online questioning who Michael Jackson's spokesperson really was, which stated: "A spokesman for Dileo told CelebrityAccess that they would release a statement along with AEG to address Rowe's claims next week and suggested that legal action may be in the offing." The letter threatened AEG with legal action if Frank Dileo continued any alleged partnership with AEG during the period of time he was meant to be with AllGood Entertainment.

At the time the agreement was signed, AllGood Entertainment allocated up to 120 days for Dileo to get written confirmation from all of the Jackson family members, including Michael, and stated that if more time was needed to do so they'd have to subsequently discuss and agree upon it in writing. AllGood Entertainment was also called on to pay Dileo or his firm $2 million (or at least 10% of that) by December 31, 2008 "to secure the Jacksons in good faith" [the total they expected to pay the Jacksons for their commitment is $24 million. It is unclear whether such money ever exchanged hands.

On April 11, 2009 Randy Phillips responded to the cease and desist notice in stating that "Mr. Dileo and does not involve AEG Live in any manner whatsoever," and advised AllGood Entertainment that any legal issues were between that company and Frank Dileo and it has no involvement with AEG or their Jackson-related endeavors what-so-ever. In fact, this claim was reiterated in two separate e-mails from Mr. Phillips, and it has been stated that he worked directly with Michael Jackson and Dr. Tohme Tohme to negotiate the AEG contracts and procedures. In rebuttal of these claims, AllGood Entertainment sent a second notice again citing the CelebrityAccess article published on the Internet which referenced Frank Dileo as acting on behalf of Michael Jackson and AEG. However, the notice by AllGood Entertainment also seems to erroneously quote the published article using quotes which do not actually appear in the article itself. As a final follow-up, AllGood Entertainment wrote: "While Frank Dileo's actions were reprehensible, AEG's very public support of Dileo and continued association with him despite our efforts to Cease and Desist them, is tantamount to anti-trust and anti-competitive practices."

In summary, two contracts and agreements were signed by December 1, 2008 by Frank Dileo and parties relating to Dileo's agency and AllGood Entertainment's agency. None of these contracts bare any signature of the Jacksons, nor has there been any confirmation that the Jackson siblings are aware of these concert-related plans. Even within the proposal that detailed at length the expenses, profits, and plans of each artist, there are no direct quotes from any of the Jacksons themselves to bring credence to the proposal.

With no signatures or authorization by Michael Jackson within the contracts between Frank Dileo and AllGood Entertainment, and seemingly just one online Web site referencing that Frank Dileo had any involvement with AEG, there does not appear to be much legal cause for concern over the O2 concerts.

Finally, on October 30, 2008 (one month before any such contracts, proposals, or agreements were drafted and signed), Michael Jackson issued the following statement: "My brothers and sisters have my full love and support, and we’ve certainly shared many great experiences, but at this time I have no plans to record or tour with them. I am now in the studio developing new and exciting projects that I look forward to sharing with my fans in concert soon."


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1 iunie 2009 TMZ staff
Huge news....Michael Jackson told us he is indeed doing that special, one night concert with the Jackson 5 and sister Janet in Texas -- as well as his London concert series. Problem is ...he could still get sued.

The Jackson family is in chaos over Jacko's decision to perform in London, because his rep signed a deal that he'd do a concert with his family and not perform anywhere else for 18 months. The group organizing the family concert has threatened to sue if the London concert goes on.

Jacko stands to make $3 million off the family concert -- and a lot more from the London gigs. Jackson's bros would split $500,000 for their troubles. The question -- is this enough jack to avert a suit?

Exista un video din 1 iunie 2009, intrebat MJ de reporteri : mergi la Londra si despre Jackson 5 vei face concertele cu ei ? EL a spus YES.

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The plan of AllGood Entertainment was to host a "one-time event" tentatively titled "The Jackson Family Reunion: A Concert for the World" in the summer of 2009. The concert would star Michael and Janet Jackson while also including his siblings: LaToya, Rebbie, and all of his brothers. Billed as "The Most Anticipated Concert Event in Music History" the concert was anticipated to gross more than $93 million through a variety of means including ticket sales (at $135 each), sponsoring, Pay-Per-View access, DVD and CD sales, merchandising, digital downloads, broadcasting, and licensing. Using such a figure as a selling point, the company sought out a sponsorship to help fund the endeavor which included around $30 million of expenses.

The concert was anticipated to be held in one of several stadiums--either in New Orleans, San Diego, New Jersey, or Atlanta. The event would be day long and recorded professionally for Pay-Per-View and DVD releases with a projected first-showing audience of 100 million. The Pay-Per-View would fetch and estimated 3 to 7 million purchasers at $30 each, and there would be a worldwide market campaign building up to the event.
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Frank Dileo, managerul lui MJ reangajat in 2009

Allgood Entertainment Sues Dileo, Jackson, AEG For $40 Million
Posted: June 10, 2009
NEW JERSEY (CelebrityAccess MediaWire) -- New Jersey Promoter AllGood Entertainment has filed a $40 million dollars lawsuit in Federal District Court against Michael Jackson, his manager Frank Dileo and promoter AEG Live, alleging among other things, fraud and breach of contract.
The lawsuit stems from a contract that Allgood allegedly signed in November with Michael Jackson and his manager Frank Dileo over a Jackson family reunion concert. The contract contained a clause that prevented Jackson from performing for 3 months before or after the reunion show, a clause Allgood contends was violated when Jackson signed with AEG for the 02 London dates.

ADVERTISEMENT Furthermore, Allgood alleges that AEG was aware of the contract between Allgood and Jackson and that they have subsequently attempted to interfere with the execution of Allgood's contract.

AllGood's attorney, Ira Meyerowitz said "Dileo and the Jacksons must be held accountable for violating plaintiff’s rights under a contract which was signed two full months prior to AEG's 02 London agreement." Meyerowitz claims that Jackson had made repeated assurances that he wished to perform at the disputed concert after he returned from his London shows. "When pressed to commit on a date, Jackson and Dileo both reneged," Meyerowitz added.

A rep from AEG declined to comment on ongoing litigation and reps from Dileo Entertainment did not respond to requests for comment.


ce parere aveti ?


doar nu suntem prosti sa credem ca a aparut asa DR. nepriceput si gata ghinion............

- s-au batut pentru bani si suprematie pe piata industriala muzicala........... SI PE VIATA UNUI OM ?!!!!!
- m-am saturat de minciunile lor SA SPUNA CE AU FACUT CU EL? - sper din tot sufletul ca EL sa TRAIASCA, sa fi gasit o cale de scapare, DACA NU SA PLATEASCA TOTI, toti cati sunt, pana la ultimul !

- la MTV Awards era zambaret fratele .......era un moment de bucurie ? pana si Madonna s-a comportat decent.


CE AU FACUT CU EL ???? pe cadavrul lui si-au luat toti banii, ca ii vedem asa de zambareti acum?
Ortega zambaret mereu, fratii La Toya la fel, nu l-am vazut pe Frank Dileo asta si pe cei de la Allgood Entertainment.
unii AEG si altii AGE interesant !

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sunt si alte surse decat TMZ care vorbesc de dorinta fam., nu a lui MJ , asta ma spus si in postul anterior :
uite altele : plus dateaza din 2008 nu sunt scoase pe piata acum sa ne abata atentia, crede-ma, sunt comentarii acolo ale oamenilor din 2008, ei era mai inf. ca noi din pacate.
Cat despre AllGood Entertainment sunt inf. pe net chiar ale lor, nu ziare...... si vezi cine sunt si ce litigii existau in 2008 cu MJ, si cu restul.
-in imaginea aia din 1.06.2009, banuiam ca era el, nu 100% normal, e cu masca, dar la fel nu pot sa ignor.

"My brothers and sisters have my full love and support, and we’ve certainly shared many great experiences, but at this time I have no plans to record or tour with them," he said. "I am now in the studio developing new and exciting projects that I look forward to sharing with my fans in concert soon."

The statement comes in response to his brother Jermaine Jackson's recent comments at a TV industry function in Sydney, where the musician said the Jackson 5 has plans to reunite next year.

Jermaine Jackson was in Australia yesterday (Oct. 29) to help launch a new "greatest hits" TV channel for Foxtel. "This has been a long time coming for the Jackson family to get back together," he told the Australian Associated Press.

"It is just the timing, so what we've been doing is working on the music and all the logistics. It is going to be more like a family affair, Janet's going to open and, of course, the original Jackson 5 ... Michael, Randy and the whole family ... We're in the studio, we're planning on being out there next year."

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Am gasit pe un forum cateva articole care vorbesc despre motivul pentru care Michael Jackson nu a fost în mod legal autorizata sa desfasoare cele 50 de concerte din iulie anul trecut.

Este important aici toată lumea isi dea seama ca acest contract trebuie să fie motivul pentru care Michael Jackson a trebuit să dispara.

AllGood Entertainment moves ahead with Michael Jackson lawsuit
Fri, Jun 12th 2009 11:04 am EST
By Allison Reitz

Concert promoter AllGood Entertainment, Inc. is moving forward with a lawsuit that seeks to bar Michael Jackson from performing his 50-date residency at the O2 Arena in London. The New Jersey based company, operated by Patrick Allocco, claims Jackson and his manager, Frank Dileo, reneged on a contract for a one-off reunion concert with the other Jackson siblings.

Filed in federal district court in New York on June 10, the suit names Jackson, Dileo and residency promoter AEG Live as defendants. The nearly 20-page complaint alleges breach of contract and fraud, among other counts.

In addition to seeking an injunction against the London residency, AllGood is seeking compensation for at least $20 million in lost profits and reimbursement of expenses, as well as an additional minimum of $20 million in punitive damages.

In May, Allocco told TicketNews that he signed a contract with Dileo, operating on Jackson's behalf, for a pay-per-view reunion concert with Jackson and his siblings to take place sometime in summer 2009. The contract included a non-competition clause barring Jackson from performing prior to or three months after the single day event, according to the New Jersey based promoter.

Even after signing into the 50-date residency with AEG Live, the suit alleges that Jackson personally reassured his interest in working with AllGood Entertainment upon completing his time in London. However, "When pressed to commit on a date, Jackson and Dileo both reneged," said AllGood's attorney Ira Meyerowitz, of the New York-based law firm Meyerowitz Jekielek PLLC, in a statement.

"This is a case where the little guy followed the rules and was pushed aside by industry giants AEG and the Jacksons for the promise of bigger money and movies," Meyerowitz continued.
Jackson would have received at least a $24 million binder for the reunion performance with his family, according to the complaint. It has been estimated the star could earn approximately $50 million for his residency in London.

This is just the latest obstacle for Jackson, who has become an almost permanent fixture in London tabloids since announcing his "This Is It" concert series at the O2 Arena. Media reports have claimed the singer is unfit for his historic residency, though AEG Live president Randy Phillips has insisted the shows will go on as planned with Jackson's complete cooperation.

The production has faced only one serious setback, when concerns about set-up and preparation pushed back the opening date by a week from July 8 to July 13. Four shows were affected in the scheduling change, though all were rescheduled.

Jackson's residency is set to run through March 2010.

http://www.ticketnews.com/AllGood-Enter ... uit6912776
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Logistics for the Jackson’s & AllGood Entertainment
Written by FrankPaulGambino on May-13-09 12:10pm
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Logistics for the Jackson’s & AllGood Entertainment

Patrick Allocco responded to a letter I wrote him and basically said if he got an offer from the Jackson Family I guess specifically Michael Jackson similar tot the one I put on the table, he would back off and agree to the Concerts in London. And he said Frank Dileo is not cooperating. I later found out it was a one show deal and would be viewed over the Internet, I think that is a lazy and bad promotion so I suggested that he might consider having the show viewed on the big screen either live or like a movie would be suffice. I suggested he try to book AAFES Reel-Time Theaters as an act of good intent they own 6,500 screens and asked OK they can make 30 Million US dollars, but what is guaranteed?

He said the show would take all day and would be a professional production, this means a 3 hour music video that can allow special effects not capable in a live show to include a virtual audience, so why cannot this be a movie production that can bring in at least $100 Million+ in 1,800 to 2,200 Theaters for two or three weeks. These are not miscalculations they are honest inquiries. If he wants to book the show he needs to book seats, trying to show it over the Internet is trying to turn a penny into $30 Million and that is unrealistic. Furthermore if it will be an all day production in front of a live audience, it will require the right people.

You need to be consistent and come back to me with something in a continuous series; I am trying to work with you all. You said I need to practice teamwork; I asked Janet Jackson to make Gambino Productions a subsidiary of Black Doll Productions,, then I want to apply for a Trade name and have my Trademark Pending ™. I expect her to act on these requests; I need the legal standing to sign the acts I plan to sign. I should make that Gambino Records but that could regulate me

I am working at a slower pace to create more professional productions on the music end, my last creation I think was professional and radio friendly. And I am coming across new trade secrets to add to my repertoire.

Finally someone mentioned why was not Janet sued for her tour and Michael is being sued, well the chances are Janet’s tour was over by time this deal was struck and she cancelled the tours for scheduling conflicts. All Michael has to do is agree to the damn show and all Patrick has to is present a good promotional. The current plan sounds like garbage and done lazily.

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If you don’t know all the facts about a particular situation you are strongly advised not to draw any conclusions, especially about other people’s motives. While mind planet Mercury continues to move retrograde minor miscalculations could lead to major mistakes.

http://www.zimbio.com/Michael+Jackson/a ... ertainment
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Allgood Entertainment files $40m lawsuit against Michael Jackson

Michael JacksonMichael Jackson has been sued for $40m by a concert promoter who alleged him breaching a contract that the singer was due to play with his other members of the family for reunion.

Allgood Entertainment is a firm that has filed a lawsuit against him in Manhattan federal court claming that they signed a deal with his manager for arranging a concert on the event of Jackson’s family reunion.

Under this deal, Jackson was bound to not to perform anywhere else before this concert and even three months after it. According to the lawsuit, Frank DiLeo, Jackson’s manager and AEG the promoter of the event have breached the agreement as they have signed many concerts in London during the summer in which a pay-per-view event has also included.

The lawsuit also says that AEG was aware of the contract between Jackson, Dileo and AllGood entertainment, but as they have power and dominance in live music performance industry which forced them to breach the contract with the entertainment firm and preferred to work with others.

Allgood manager, Patrick Allocco says, “Almost every oppourtunity to privately and publically resolve that issue has been provided to AEG and Michael Jackson, and till today they didn’t response to it.”

“It was on 22nd May in Beverly Hills when the two camps contacted with us,” Allocco adds.

Jackson and AEG’s representatives couldn’t be reached instantly on Wednesday.

Ira Meyerowitz, Allgood lawyer says in this connection that they don’t want to stop Michael Jackson from performing in the events and we are just looking for the compensation for the contract they agreed on.

Source: accesshollywood
http://www.qdmag.com/allgood-entertainm ... l-jackson/

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Jackson 5 Reunion Torpedoes, Michael Sued for $20 MillionAllGood Entertainment says Michael Jackson is no go for the reunion gig

Despite reports to the contrary, it has emerged that the Jackson 5 reunion that was supposed to take place in 2010 and have Michael on stage as well will not take place after all. Organizers AllGood Entertainment have just filed a lawsuit against the King of Pop saying the one-night special concert will not take place because of him, and they’re asking for a minimum of $20 million in damages, TMZ informs.

Michael Jackson himself seemed to confirm the reunion a short while ago, as the paparazzi caught up with him as he was being escorted to his car and asked him whether fans would see him as part of Jackson 5 again. At about the same time, AllGood Entertainment was also speaking in optimistic terms of the outcome of what is already a longstanding conflict of interests, saying that it had the utmost faith that Michael would eventually fulfill his contractual obligations, to which he had agreed when his manager signed on the dotted line on his behalf.

Now, TMZ says, since Jackson has failed to respond to the organizers’ ultimatum, they are taking matters to court. “AllGood Entertainment just filed a Federal lawsuit, claiming Jackson reneged on his promise to perform with his brothers and sister Janet before performing any other concerts on his own. After allegedly agreeing to the deal with AllGood – the company that was producing the family concert – Jackson inked a separate deal to perform a series of concerts in London. According to the suit, Jackson and his manager, Frank Dileo, ‘secretly teamed up with AEG [the London producer]’ knowing full well that Jackson committed to doing the family concert first.” TMZ says of the lawsuit, after seeing court papers.

The problem now is that Michael is refusing to do the reunion show, in which the organizers have already invested a lot of money, or at least so they claim. Because of this, AllGood wants to receive $20 million in damages, but it is also asking to have the series of concerts about to begin at London’s O2 Arena postponed until a sentence in the case is reached. Michael has yet to respond to any of the allegations of the suit.

“AllGood claims its deal with Jacko prohibited him from signing any other contracts until 3 months after he performed the family concert. Jackson has claimed he never signed the deal with AllGood – his manager did. AllGood says the manager speaks for Jackson. AllGood is suing for $20 million – minimum. The company is also asking the judge to derail the London concerts, scheduled to kick off next month.” TMZ further explains.

http://news.softpedia.com/news/Jackson- ... 3886.shtml

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Intervju med Patrick Allocco fra AllGood Entertainment

Thank you for sitting down with MJJCommunity to tell your side of what's going on. We appreciate you taking the time to set the record straight and to tell Michael Jackson's fans what truly happened between All Good Entertainment and Frank DiLeo.


Q: Please tell us about your company, All Good Entertainment.
AllGood Entertainment, Inc., is a concert promoter based in New Jersey, who promotes concerts in New Jersey, New York, Puerto Rico, the Caribbean and South America. In 2007, he has started operations in United Arab Emirates and India. We are a young and vigorous company, AllGood has produced successful shows in venues in New York and New Jersey as well as in Puerto Rico and Tobago in The Caribbean with Bon Jovi, Stevie Wonder, Sting, Diddy, Julio Iglesias, Earth, Wind and Fire, Patti LaBelle, Natalie Cole, Paulina Rubio, John Leguizamo, Lindsay Lohan and Raven Symone, among others. Our core competency is promoting large one-off events and festivals.
Q: How did you come into contact with Frank DiLeo?
Shortly after meeting with Mr. Joe Jackson in Las Vegas about the proposed Jackson Family Reunion Concert, my associate, recommended that we follow-up with Frank. We met Frank and his Partner, Mark Lamicka, in Nashville a few weeks later.

Q: Did Mr. Frank DiLeo at any time, represent himself as Michael Jackson's signatory agent/manager? Were you aware of Dr. Tohme R. Tohme being Michael's business manager?
The Dileo/Jackson contract speaks for itself; Frank and Mark both represented that he [Frank] had several phone conversations with MJ and that he was supportive of our event. Frank obviously executed an agreement that is binding upon Michael, Janet and the brothers. Dr. Tohme was always positioned as the spokesperson or business manager representing the financial interests of Colony Capital.

Q: Tell us about the concert that was planned by All Good Entertainment and agreed to by Frank DiLeo.
The proposed event was for one historic reunion for the world to see. The event would reunite all of the Jacksons’ on stage for a world wide Pay Per View event to be held on or about July 2009. It was the single biggest offer to an artist in the history of the concert business.

Q: At any time did Frank DiLeo disclose to All Good Entertainment that Michael was already in negotiations with AEG via his business manager Dr. Tohme R. Tohme?
No. We first learned of the O2 dates on January 7, when one of our Partners had learned from someone inside of AEG that the negotiations were very close to being finalized and that AEG expected to announce shortly after the Grammy’s. On January 21, we learned from an individual who had dined with Tohme the previous evening that MJ was committed to a “very big project” which we assumed was the AEG deal.

Q: Are you in anyway, attempting to block the This Is It concert series from happening?
We are trying to secure our date for next year’s family reunion concert in Dallas. To that end, we will use every tool in our shed to enforce our contractual right to that event.

Q: On Nov 1st, 2008, Michael Jackson via his manager Dr. Tohme R. Tohme released the following statement: “My brothers and sisters have my full love and support, and we’ve certainly shared many great experiences. But at this time I have no plans to record or tour with them. I am now in the studio developing new and exciting projects that I look forward to sharing with my fans in concert soon.” Did Frank DiLeo ever notify you of this statement?
No. The statement, however, was in response to a comment made by Jermaine while in Austrailia. We actually did raise the issue of Jermaine’s “Family Tour” comment with Dileo and he dismissed it as “Jermaine’s attempt at keeping the press focused on him.” The Tohme comment did not effect our proposal since we were contemplating a tour.

Q: Did All Good Entertainment retain Frank DiLeo for a fee of two million dollars to secure Michael Jackson and his family for the reunion concert?
Mr. Dileo would have received a total of $550,000 plus a commission.

Q: Were you aware that AEG were in negotiations with Michael Jackson and Dr. Tohme in Nov, 2008, the same time when All Good Entertainment was in negotiations with Frank DiLeo?
We knew of several failed attempts by AEG to get MJ to commit to a “Prince” like deal at the O2; we had no knowledge of any ongoing negotiations until January 7, 2009.

Q: Are you planning on filing a lawsuit in federal court against Frank DiLeo?
Very unfortunately yes – a lawsuit is now imminent and will be filed in Federal Court. I have made every possible effort try to secure our concert for next year, but Frank Dileo has poisoned Michael on the idea and told me that “it’s not going to happen.”

Q: What would you like to tell Michael Jackson's fans about this situation? Do you feel like you have been defrauded?
I want MJ’s fans to know that we always put Michael’s and the family’s interest above our own. We were told by Michael that he had “another committment” and he would perform our show as long as it didn’t conflict. When it was confirmed that he was talking about the London dates, we were always ammenable to working around the shows. When MJ told us that he would perform our show when he came back from London, we agreed to a summer 2010 date. Unlike other individuals or companies who have filed lawsuits against MJ seeking astronomical damages, we are trying to put a historic amount of money back into his pocket through our one night only U.S. concert.


Our Thanks go to Mr Allocco and Loralee of our MJJC news team for conducting this interview on behalf of MJJCommunity.

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cred ca este bine daca postez aici.

Deci, TMZ a posta un articol, în ceea ce priveşte ", dependenta lui Michael Jackson de cola care a dus la insomina sa si la cererile de propofol:

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Apoi tema Coca continuă atunci când fotografia lui Conrad Murray apare impreuna cu avocatul său la Venetia

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Si surpriza, in ianuarie 2009 Coca-Cola a semnat un contract de sponsorizare cu AEG pentru O2 Arena!

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Aici articolul complet

http://presscentre.coca-cola.co.uk/view ... _coca_cola

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mirela,bravo!!!super tare.la asa contract nu pot spune decat ,,no comment!'' ;) nu cred ca mai e de zis ceva.cred ca asta explica multe.si cum spune silvi,si sunt de acord cu ea ,nu exista coincidente!


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