We are excited to now offer our premier automated document assembly system in the most flexible and user accessible method possible with the HotDocs Market.
Lindon, UT (PRWEB) April 01, 2015
HotDocs Market, the innovative, new cloud-based document assembly platform and marketplace from HotDocs, is excited to welcome the Minnesota State Bar Association (MSBA) as the latest publisher on HotDocs Market.
Offered to MSBA’s members at a discounted annual subscription rate, mndocs is a library of over two hundred intelligent legal templates created and automated with HotDocs software. These intelligent templates enable subscribers to create complex legal documents quickly and accurately by guiding users through a simple interview process, then automatically generate customized documents based on the answers provided. This member service saves time, effort and cost in the production of critical documents and forms. The documents and forms cover a range of practice areas such as business law, civil litigation, family law and employment law and were available only through desktop PC installation prior to distribution on HotDocs Market.
“We are excited to now offer our premier automated document assembly system in the most flexible and user accessible method possible with the HotDocs Market” says Joe Kaczrowski, MSBA Director of Online Services. “We look forward to adding several hundred more forms to the mndocs library on HotDocs Market in the coming weeks.”
Jonathan Hoy, Director of HotDocs Publishing Partnerships, said “We are thrilled with the addition of Minnesota State Bar Association’s mndocs collection as the latest product set to be published on HotDocs Market. Like other early publishers on HotDocs Market, MSBA sees the benefits of publishing on HotDocs Market – a platform that significantly reduces support costs and time required to issue new and updated content, and makes it easier for its members to access and use mndocs content.”
HotDocs is the global leader of automated document assembly technology, with customers in 42 different countries and a user-base, globally, that exceeds one million end users. Automated document assembly ensures accuracy and compliance and provides a vast reduction in time spent in the production of high volume, repeat documentation such as contracts, engagement agreements and other legal documentation.
Widely used within the legal, banking, and insurance industries within both public and corporate sectors, HotDocs increases compliance and accuracy, reduces cost/risk and improves efficiency in the creation of complex, or simple, repeat documentation. The software is available on premise, on desktop, or via the cloud and can operate in a standalone capacity or as part of a wider business process management system, such as workflow, document management or case management systems.
The most recent innovation from HotDocs is HotDocs Market – a brand new online platform that allows experts to publish and sell automated legal documents and forms to attorneys throughout the USA. Publishers already using HotDocs Market include LexisNexis, the New York State Bar Association, ALL-STATE LEGAL and the Iowa State Bar Association.
For information, please contact Tracy Scott: tracy(dot)scott(at)hotdocs(dot)com
About Minnesota State Bar Association (MSBA)
Founded in 1883, the Minnesota State Bar Association is the oldest professional association for attorneys in Minnesota. For licensed attorneys in Minnesota, membership is voluntary. Membership is open to any attorney licensed to practice law in any state. Membership is also available to law students, paralegals, and law management associates.
MSBA members are leaders in their communities, participating in statewide programs such as the High School Mock Trial Program and Wills for Heroes. The MSBA advocates vigorously to ensure adequate support for the state court system, and promotes legislation to advance the cause of justice in Minnesota. Partnering with other statewide agencies, it is an ally in the effort to deliver quality legal services to all Minnesotans.
For information, please contact Joe Kaczrowski: jkaczrowski(at)mnbar(dot)org