The Jackson family lost that court battle with AEG Live this week, but they might not be done looking for vindication in Michael's untimely death.

An attorney for the family says they're considering their next move. Legal eagle Kevin Boyle says, "We were able to provoke some things that are important for the Jacksons and for the concert industry and the sports industry. We are, of course, not happy with the verdict as it stands." He adds that family members plan to "explore all options."

One Wednesday, AEG Live was cleared of liability in the 2009 death of the pop legend. The Jacksons wanted AEG to pay his three children $85 million each and his mother at least $35 million.

Source: Los Angeles Times