Paul Newman may have to undergo another round of his food fight with a delicatessen owner who wants a share of the actor's culinary profits, attorneys say.

A lawsuit ended in a mistrial last week after jurors sent a note to Superior Court Judge Howard Zoarski in Bridgeport, Conn., saying they couldn't ignore depositions that weren't admitted as evidence but were inadvertently given to them during deliberations.Julius Gold alleged during the three-week trial that an attorney for Newman promised him 8 percent of the stock from Newman's Own Inc. Gold said he contributed 30 months effort to Newman's food company and believed that his work led to the corporation's success.