Civil Retrial Set In Jackson Videotaping Case

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LOS ANGELES (AP) — A retrial date has been set in a Los Angeles civil case brought by two lawyers against a defunct charter jet company and its owner over the secret videotaping of [lastfm]Michael Jackson[/lastfm] and his attorneys during a 2003 flight.

A Los Angeles Superior Court judge on Wednesday set a new trial date of Feb. 14 in the invasion of privacy suit brought by Mark Geragos and Pat Harris.

The attorneys were awarded a multimillion-dollar judgment against XtraJet’s owner Jeffrey Borer in March 2008, but that decision was overturned by an appeals court in January and lawyers for Geragos asked for a new trial rather than accept a reduced award.

Borer and an associate previously pleaded guilty to conspiracy in a criminal case.

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