D.C. administrative law judge Roy Pearson Jr. won’t give up after losing his $54 million lawsuit against a local dry cleaner over a missing pair of pants.

Pearson filed an appeal Tuesday with the D.C. Court of Appeals, although the Chung family on Monday withdrew its motion seeking to compel Pearson to pay more than $82,000 in attorney fees. The Chungs have raised close to $100,000 through fundraisers and donations to help cover their legal fees and business losses after international media attention focusing on the case.

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