80.Tiffany decides to start selling her great grandmother’s secret apple pie recipe. It becomes a huge hit, and she opens up a business, “Tiffany’s Awesome Pie.” She decides she is just going to keep the recipe confidential, only shared on a “need to know” basis with a few trusted workers who are bound not to disclose that information to anyone else. One day, Tiffany notices that another store opened; it is named “Josh’s Better Pie” and is selling the same pie, in terms of its smell, texture, and taste, that Tiffany sells. Apparently, Josh simply reconstructed or made a lucky guess as to Tiffany’s Awesome Pie contents. Can Tiffany use the law to stop her competitor? a.Yes, because in this situation there is a copyright that is protected b.Yes, because in this situation there is a patent law protection for recipes. c.Yes, because in this situation there is a trade dress protection for that unique pie taste. d.No, because in this situation there is no protection for Tiffany’s trade secret e.No, because know-how is not legally protected. D. LSB 425-427. Trade secrets may last indefinitely, but, by themselves, do not provide them any legal protection. Whether Josh reversed engineered the recipe or stumbled upon it, Tiffany cannot take any legal action against him.