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SD Convention Center Slams Vendor's Antitrust Proof

Law360 (April 20, 2011, 12:45 PM EDT) -- The San Diego Convention Center told a California federal judge Wednesday that a janitorial vendor accusing the center of attempting to monopolize cleaning services during trade shows had failed to produce sufficient evidence to prevail in its suit.

The dispute with United National Maintenance Inc. began after the convention center enacted a policy in July 2007 requiring all cleaning services at trade shows to be performed by the center's in-house janitorial staff. Before the policy, any trade show organizer could choose to use the center's in-house...
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Case Title

United National Maintenance, Inc. v. San Diego Convention Center Corporation, Inc


Case Number

3:07-cv-02172

Court

California Southern

Nature of Suit

Anti-Trust

Judge

Anthony J. Battaglia

Date Filed

November 13, 2007

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