The Young Law Firm, a national shareholder litigation firm, is investigating potential claims concerning the proposed acquisition of SWS Group, Inc (“SWS” or the “Company”) (NYSE: SWS). The investigation concerns the fairness of the prices offered for the Company and whether the interests of the Company’s public shareholders are being adequately protected. On February 18, 2014 SWS issued a press release confirming the receipt of an unsolicited acquisition proposal for the Company from Esposito Global. Individual shareholders have rights. The Young Law Firm is seeking to speak with shareholders interested in ensuring that their rights are being protected. If you own shares of the Company and would like to learn more about the proposed buyout of SWS please contact the Firm’s founder, Henry Young, at: Henry Young Esq. The Young Law Firm Toll Free: (888) 452-7252 Email: email@example.com or visit: www.mergersbuyoutsandfraud.com/sws-group-buyout-shareholder-lawsuit/ Henry Young Esq. has over 11 years of experience litigating complex shareholder class action lawsuits, including cases resulting in the recovery of millions of dollars for shareholders. The Firm routinely works with and refers cases to other leading law firms around the country to enforce shareholder rights. For more information about the Firm and shareholder cases in general, please visit our website: www.theyounglf.com. This press release may be considered attorney advertising. Past results do not guarantee future performance.
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