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LawLogix Announces Record Number of Employers Using the Guardian Electronic I-9 and E-Verify Compliance Solution

June 7, 2011

PHOENIX, AZ, June 7, 2011– LawLogix Group, Inc., the proven leader in I-9, E-Verify, and Immigration Case
Management Software, announced today that the company has reached over 800 clients using its Guardian
Electronic I-9 and E-Verify system, which has been deployed at more than 12,000 worksites across the U.S.

In spite of a recession that has plagued the U.S. economy since December 2007, LawLogix has seen a record number of new customers using the Guardian Electronic I-9 and E-Verify software, which provides employers with a compliant and easy-to-use solution for managing I-9 and E-Verify records electronically. LawLogix customers include a who’s who of Fortune 500 companies, leading Universities, and government entities. LawLogix has been able to efficiently onboard, support, and retain this rapidly expanding client-base under the expert care of its Implementation and Consulting Team and through the tireless efforts of its well-trained support staff. For this reason, many leading immigration attorneys continue to exclusively recommend the Guardian product to their clients as the best method for streamlining and simplifying the I-9 and E-Verify process.

“After a thorough evaluation process, one of the deciding factors in selecting Guardian was their unique applied knowledge and conservative approach to I-9 and E-Verify compliance” said P.J. Rossi Boren, Senior Vice President of HR Compliance with BBVA Compass. “With changes in I-9 and E-Verify rules occurring at a rapid pace, it was critical that the vendor have dedicated attorneys paying attention to what’s happening in the field and influencing how the software should respond. At the end of the day, compliance is the ultimate goal, and LawLogix takes this responsibility very seriously.”

“We are extremely proud that 90% of our new I-9 and E-Verify clients come from customer referrals and
recommendations from leading immigration and employment attorneys” said Dan Siciliano, who is Co-Founder of
LawLogix and Director of Stanford’s Rock Center for Corporate Governance. “On the one hand, it speaks volumes of our customer service team; while on the other, it serves as a testament to our conservative legal approach which has garnered the respect of experts in the field.” Dan continued, “Now more than ever, employers need to be wary of vendors that develop a hastily constructed I-9 module which lacks appropriate compliance safeguards or vendors charging bottom-dollar prices without the infrastructure to support their clients. In either scenario, employers are ultimately going to be left holding the bag when things go wrong.”

John Fay, General Counsel for LawLogix and prolific I-9 and E-Verify blogger, added, “During the past year, we’ve seen a new level of sophistication from government auditors, who are now accustomed to reviewing electronic I-9 systems and asking the right questions regarding security, audit trails, and the like. For employers looking to play it safe, it is crucial that their review process include scrutiny of the vendor’s legal expertise and attention to these critical details.”