Court of Appeals dismisses lawsuit against Nashville restaurateur


A defamation lawsuit against Nashville restaurateur Randy Rayburn has been dismissed by a second court.

The Tennessean reports that the Tennessee Court of Appeals ruled unanimously on April 20 that the lawsuit was without merit. A trial court originally rejected the suit, which was filed in February 2017, in July.

The suit was spurred by comments Rayburn was said to have made about Tom Loftis, the former head of the culinary arts program at Nashville State Community College, in a 2016 story…

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