Wolters Kluwer’s U.S. legal & regulatory division has unveiled a new online tax law service out of its legal research platform Cheetah, which was launched in July 2015.

Cheetah for Tax Law, which is powered by Wolters Kluwer’s tax resources including CCH, Aspen Publishers, and Kluwer International products, combines content, expert analysis, practice tools, and current awareness for legal tax professionals. The new tax law capability follows the addition of securities law and intellectual property law to the Cheetah platform over the past year.

Tax is a practice area of particular focus for Wolters Kluwer and Ben Snipes, product line director for taxation at the information services giant, said: “Given the rapidly evolving business and tax environments, there’s increased pressure on the tax attorney to deliver deeper and more actionable insights on the impact of the changing tax laws, quickly.

“Cheetah for Tax Law is designed to enable tax attorneys to get to the information and insights they need immediately, thereby dramatically increasing their effectiveness and enabling them to deliver the highest value per hour to clients.”

According to Wolters Kluwer’s vice president and general manager in the legal markets group, Dean Sonderegger, Cheetah for Tax is the first of many upcoming offerings in the tax space.

Wolters Kluwer is headquartered in the Netherlands and has reported 2015 annual revenues of €4.2bn.