The ongoing Michael Jackson wrongful death suit is expected to end later this month (Sep13).

The King of Pop's mother and three kids have spent the past four months in court trying to prove that executives at promotions company AEG Live were negligent in hiring Dr. Conrad Murray as Jackson's personal physician as he worked on his ill-fated comeback shows in London. The promoters insist they didn't hire the medic.

Murray is currently behind bars after being convicted of administering the fatal dose of anaesthetic propofol that claimed Jackson's life in June, 2009.

Court insiders expect the wrongful death case to go to the jury later this month.

AEG Live attorney Marvin Putnam has said he hopes to rest his case at the end of next week (begs09Sep13) at the latest.