Lindon, Utah and Columbus, Ohio - February 10, 2011 - HotDocs Corporation, the market leader in document automation and assembly technology, today announced that the Ohio State Bar Association has chosen HotDocs software to deliver a new technology product to bar members. The new product, entitled OhioDocs, was released for distribution on February 8, 2011 and consists of a library of automated templates that Ohio State Bar Association members can use to generate custom legal documents and forms. The OhioDocs library includes templates in the areas of family law, probate and real estate, and general practice, as well as business forms from the Secretary of State.
"We're delighted that the Ohio State Bar Association has chosen HotDocs for this new project," commented Leonard DuCharme, Marketing VP for HotDocs Corporation. "OhioDocs enables bar members to quickly generate any of thousands of legal documents by simply selecting a template from the HotDocs library and completing a template interview. This new product will increase document generation efficiency for virtually all subscribers."
The Ohio State Bar Association (OSBA) is a voluntary professional association with approximately 31,000 members of the bench and bar of Ohio as well as legal assistants and law students. "OhioDocs will help OSBA members increase productivity, lower costs, minimize errors, improve document consistency and better serve their clients. Our members have been asking for automated forms, and OhioDocs should exceed their expectations," said Carmen V. Roberto, Ohio State Bar Association president.
Ohio State Bar Association members can subscribe to OhioDocs by visiting www.ohiobar.org/ohiodocs, or calling 1-800-232-7124. Subscription rates start at $195 for solo practitioners.
For more information on HotDocs, visit www.hotdocs.com.
HotDocs Corporation is the recognized market leader in document automation and assembly software, serving over 500,000 users worldwide, including 80% of the Am Law 200, 20% of the Fortune 500, and firms, corporations, and government agencies of all sizes. Having pioneered the concept of document automation and assembly in the late 1970s, HotDocs Corporation is now a wholly owned subsidiary of HotDocs Ltd.