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A California state judge recently ruled that a jury should hear Quincy Jones' $10 million lawsuit against Sony Music Entertainment and Michael Jackson's production company alleging the famed producer was cheated of royalties on "Bad," "Thriller" and other chart-toppers.  Quincy Jones is represented by Los Angeles principal Robert E. Allen.

The complaint, filed in 2013, alleges that MJJ Productions Inc., which is controlled by Jackson's estate, and Sony cheated him out of royalties for the soundtrack to "This Is It" — the documentary about the King of Pop released just months after Jackson's 2009 death — and the Cirque du Soleil show that features music from three Jackson albums Jones produced: "Off the Wall," "Thriller" and "Bad."

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