NEW YORK — Catherine Zeta-Jones is planning on spending more time in the courthouse. The actress reportedly celebrated her birthday last week by filing a lawsuit in a Los Angeles federal court seeking $15 million in damages from Caudalie for running an advertising campaign that said she was seen buying the French firm’s skin care products. Also sued were Neiman Marcus Group, because it had allegedly run certain related promotions on its Web site, as well as Turnberry Condominiums, the location of Caudalie’s spa in Las Vegas.

Caudalie, known for its wine-based beauty products, declined comment on the suit. Neiman Marcus officials could not be reached at press time. Turnberry referred calls to Stirling Club, which houses the spa. Stirling’s general manager did not return calls for comment.

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