Quincy Jones will receive eight million euros will be allocated in case Michael Jackson
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A judge in Los Angeles has music producer Quincy Jones 9.4 million (8 million euro) dollar allocated in the lawsuit he had filed against the administrators of the estate of Michael Jackson.
The music producer demanded 30 million in the case. Lawyers from the camp of Jackson felt that he was entitled to about 400,000 dollars.
The question is about the royalties that Jones wants on posthumously released albums of Jackson, including the soundtrack of This Is It and the re-release of Bad.
After the death of Jackson would be the administrators of his inheritance gross errors have been made in the payment of royalties. So says Jones that he was far too little has been given for his contribution to songs that are heard in the film, This Is It.
In an earlier interview with Billboard gave a lawyer of Jackson, that if Jones is a big sum of money assigned would get in the process, the legal team behind the legacy of the King of Pop appeal.