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LOS ANGELES (CBS/AP) – The promoter of Michael Jackson’s ill-fated series of comeback shows created a conflict of interest with the singer’s physician when it negotiated terms of his deal, an expert testifying for the superstar’s mother told a jury on Monday. KNX 1070′s Margaret Carrero reports David Berman told jurors hearing a negligent hiring lawsuit against concert promoter AEG L... Source: losangeles.cbslocal.com

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