Even though a judge threw out his client’s $22.7 million libel award against The Wall Street Journal based on wrongfully withheld evidence, Houston lawyer Kenneth M. Morris believes he can still win in another trial.

“In our judgment, the falsity of the defamatory statements hasn’t changed,” says Morris, of Houston’s Morris & Campbell. “None of this evidence changes that . . . one iota.”

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