Quincy Jones, one of Michael Jackson’s key collaborators, is currently involved in a court battle with the King of Pop’s estate over money owed to the producer.

Jones sued the Jackson estate in 2013, claiming he was owed $10 million from a series of projects that were released after the singer’s death, including the 25th anniversary reissue of Bad, a Cirque du Soleil production and the This Is It concert film and live album.

Nearly four years later, the trial over the lawsuit has reached Los Angeles Superior Court, with Jones now seeking upwards of $30 million, Variety reports.

Jones is expected to testify during the trial, which will likely last three weeks.

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