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southern California. The venue has decided to bring in a second vendor to do the same thing that I do, sell water and lemonade to seated patrons, but in a different part of the venue for a concert coming soon. The vendor they are bringing in does more events and larger events than I do. We both pull from the same pool of subcontractors. I am being told by the subcontractors that had agreed to work for me, that they are being told by the larger company, that if they do work for me, they will not be allowed to work at any of the larger companies other events or venues. Is that legal?
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