NASHVILLE Tenn. Restaurateurs across Tennessee will be held accountable for a $4.8 million shortfall in a workersâ€™ compensation fund that had been operated by the head of the state restaurant association, a judge ruled Wednesday. Tennessee Restaurant Association members had asked for a cap on the amount they would be liable for, but their request was denied by Chancellor Claudia Bonnyman of the Davidson County Chancery Court here.The $4.8 million is the amount necessary to bolster the ...
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