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Catherine Zeta-Jones lawsuit

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

Compaint filed on behalf of actress in Los Angeles federal court against French skin care marketer Caudalie, Neiman Marcus Group and Turnberry Associates claims companies used her name and persona to promote Caudalie products and services without authorization. Zeta-Jones alleges Caudalie and Neiman Marcus featured her name on promotional materials for Caudalie brand products and spas, complaint states. In addition, the Caudalie anti-aging/Vinotherapie Spa at Turnberry Place in Las Vegas unfairly ties its name and services to Zeta-Jones in promotional materials. Zeta-Jones has never used any of the skin care or other products or services provided by Caudalie, according to court document. Actress seeks general and special damages of no less than $5 mil., in addition to punitive and exemplary damages, permanent injunctive relief and expenses...

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