The Delaware Court of Chancery shot down an Argentine attorney’s claims to interest in a Latin American media company July 31, reasoning contracts outlining his majority ownership were fraudulent and nonbinding.

The decision followed a trial centered on a misleading paper trail that was said to be a conspiracy between the plaintiffs and defendants and which Vice Chancellor Morgan T. Zurn called a “sham” throughout a 130-page memorandum opinion.

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