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December 05, 2018

Thomson Reuters and GARANT to Publish Legal Titles on Thomson Reuters ProView™ eBook Platform 

MOSCOW, Nov. 5, 2018 — Thomson Reuters, the world’s leading provider of news and information-based tools to professionals, and GARANT, the leading source of legal information in Russia, today announced an agreement to publish GARANT content on the Thomson Reuters ProView eBook platform.

The content will initially include codes, laws and court practices of the Russian Federation, as well as legal know-how, such as an encyclopedia of legal solutions, practice notes, sample contracts, and checklists. In addition, some English language versions of Russian Federation laws will be available.

Thomson Reuters ProView is a market-leading proprietary eBook platform for legal and tax professionals, with features that are specifically designed for professional use, such as navigation, annotation and sharing capabilities within digital libraries and titles.

“GARANT’s market-leading legal information will now be easily accessible via mobile devices to legal professionals wherever they need it,” said Evgeny Shamanov, General Director of GARANT. “Thomson Reuters ProView provides the mobility and efficiency needed by today’s attorneys, courts and others. GARANT created the first large-scale commercial legal information system in Russia, and we are continually looking for innovative ways to deliver content to our customers in ways that improve their productivity.”

“We are very excited to have GARANT legal content available on the ProView eBook platform,” said Klaus Pfeifer, head of the Legal and Tax & Accounting business for Thomson Reuters in Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States. “Users can use ProView to access the information across leading mobile devices, as well as on desktops. ProView’s multi-language capabilities will enable both Russian and international users to access information in Russian, as well as specific GARANT content that is available in English, such as Russian Federation laws.”

“The combination of ProView and GARANT represents a key milestone for the rapidly expanding global footprint of ProView, and expands the availability of GARANT’s information for legal professionals,” said Eric González Canova, global head of ProView at Thomson Reuters.

Thomson Reuters ProView is a market-leading proprietary eBook platform for legal and tax professionals, with features that are specifically designed for professional use, such as navigation, annotation and sharing capabilities within digital libraries and titles. Many leading legal titles are available on ProView, such as titles from the American Bar Association in the U.S. and Archbold: Criminal Pleading, Evidence & Practice in the UK, as well as authoritative content from Thomson Reuters and other publishers around the world.

ProView eBooks are published in seven languages across five continents and are available for Apple iPad and iPhone, Android devices, and Windows and Mac computers through Chrome, Firefox, Edge and Safari browsers.

For more information on ProView, visit: info.proview.thomsonreuters.com

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