Lil Wayne is getting ready to face off in court with Quincy Jones III for a second time.
Wayne sued QDIII last year for releasing a documentary that he called a "scandalous portrayal" of him. Weezy also claimed that his music was used in The Carter documentary without his permission.
Wayne was unable to testify in the November 2012 trial due to travel restrictions after suffering two seizures. His lawyers were forced to use his bizarre deposition video in which he refused to answer questions as his testimony.
A Los Angeles jury ruled against the Young Money boss.
To make matters worse, QDIII counter-sued Wayne for breach of contract and won. As a result Wayne was ordered to pay him $2,195,000.
TMZ is reporting that Wayne's legal team has filed documents declaring his intent to appeal the jury's decision. He's got a month to file the actual appeal itself.