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slablaw.JPGThe Press Herald examines the potential legal fallout from the Stephen Lanzalotta-Micucci's Sicilian Slab controversy. The gist: recipes can't be copyrighted, but Lanzalotta could have a claim against his ex-employer if he can establish a "trade secret." Says one Portland lawyer: "You'd like for it to be a nice, simple answer, but then all lawyers would be out of business." Also of note from the end of the article: Lanzalotta gets offers. [PPH]