I have collected all the information related to the pending legal cases of the MJ Estate:
John Landis vs. Michael Jackson
Trial setting conference has been held on January 12, 2011. The case will go on trial most likely this year. Landis is claiming to have unpaid fees from the Thriller video.
Ola Ray vs. Michael Jackson
The case will go on trial this August. Ray's claims are similar to Landis.
Nederlander Presentations vs. The Estate of Michael Jackson
The case will go on trial this November. Nederland claims that they have a valid contract for a Thriller musical with the late entertainer, that the Estate is not approving now.
Richard Lapointe vs. Julien's Auctions
The case will go on trial this March. Lapointe wants money due to a failed MJ memorablia auction.
Seven Echols vs. The Estate of Michael Jackson
The case will go on trial this June. Echols claims that he hasn't been paid as MJ's former bodyguard.
Jose Freddie Vallejos vs. The Estate of Michael Jackson
Vallejos wants the Estate to pay the full costs of the MJ funeral. Plaintiff filed for a demurrer due to legal errors.
AQ Consulting vs. The Estate of Michael Jackson
In it's reply to the plaintiff the Estate lawyers explained that AQ is not entitled to get any compensations since they did not file a creditors claim against the Estate on Los Angeles court. The Estate lawyer just requested for a dismissal in the case.
AllGood Entertainment vs. The Estate of Michael Jackson
The company still tries to get some money from the Estate for the never happened concerts. No important updates since last November.
The Estate of Michael Joseph Jackson (on Los Angeles court)
Tohme R. Tohme has a late creditors claim against the Estate. As well there is an interesting motion related to the sale of an Estate real property.
Bravado International Merchandising Inc.
Bravado is still suing a handful number of companies due to copyright infrigment on the MJ trademarks.
Has no information of:
Aner Iglesias vs. The Estate of Michael Jackson
Jurgen Bachus vs. The Estate of Michael Jackson
In other related news: Marc Schaffel is still on court with FOX claiming that he is the rightful owner of the 2003 Debbie Rowe interview. Despite the fact that it was MJ's company that licensed the whole tv show to third parties.
It's clear that the Estate has no serious cases at all, and that they decided to fight on court with the rest of the matters.