A lawyer for Michael Jackson's mother says the entertainer's oldest son, Prince Michael Jackson, is expected to testify Wednesday in the family's negligence case against concert promoter AEG Live LLC.
Attorney Brian Panish expects the 16-year-old to take the witness stand on Wednesday -- four years and one day after the King of Pop's death -- becoming the first of three Jackson family members to testify.
Panish also wants to call TJ Jackson, the co-guardian of Jackson's three children, and TJ's brother Taj.
Prince Jackson is listed as a plaintiff -- along with his younger siblings, Paris and Blanket -- in the case filed by his grandmother Katherine Jackson against AEG Live. The lawsuit claims AEG negligently hired the doctor who was later convicted of involuntary manslaughter for giving Jackson an overdose of the anesthetic propofol.
AEG denies wrongdoing and says it did not hire the doctor.
On Tuesday, a judge said he will make no changes to the guardianship of Jackson's children after receiving an investigator's report on their well-being and meeting with attorneys for their caretakers.
Superior Court Judge Mitchell Beckloff hadafter Paris Jackson, 15, on June 5 for taking Motrin pills and cutting her arm with a kitchen knife.
Perry Sanders Jr., an attorney for Katherine Jackson, has said Paris. He has not provided further updates on her condition.