Hot Topic Buyout Prompts Law Firm Investigation Seeking More Money, Information for Hot Topic, Inc.

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Hot Topic Buyout Prompts Law Firm Investigation Seeking More Money, Information for Hot Topic, Inc. Stockholders, Announces Deans & Lyons Law Firm

DALLAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Securities lawyers at Deans & Lyons announced an investigation against the board of Hot Topic (NAS: HOTT) due to a buyout by Sycamore Partners for $14.00 per share. Concerned Hot Topic stockholders are encouraged to contact attorney Hamilton Lindley at 877-819-8033 or hlindley@deanslyons.com about their rights and remedies.

"At least one analyst has a target price of $16.40 for HOTT stock," said Lindley, a securities lawyer with the firm. "Our investigation focuses on whether a shareholder lawsuit is required for the Hot Topic stockholders to receive the highest price reasonably available and the disclosure of important information in this acquisition," Lindley said.


Deans & Lyons has significant experience representing shareholders in securities lawsuits nationwide at no cost to them. HOTT stockholders - or anyone with knowledge about this acquisition - should contact lawyer Hamilton Lindley at hlindley@deanslyons.com or 877-819-8033 with questions or concerns.



Deans & Lyons LLP
Hamilton Lindley, 877-819-8033
Phone: 214-736-7861
Fax: 214-965-8505
www.deanslyons.com

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