GENEVA, SWITZERLAND - MARCH 02: A McLaren logo is displayed during the Geneva Motor Show 2016 on March 2, 2016 in Geneva, Switzerland. (Photo by Harold Cunningham/Getty Images)

McLaren Honda has confirmed that Global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright has continued their collaboration with the Woking based squad for a further two years.

Norton Rose Fulbright remains the global legal adviser to the McLaren Technology Group, working alongside its highly experienced in-house counsel on all aspects of its legal requirements including: corporate transactions; consulting on commercial and contractual matters; advising on intellectual property matters, including management of the global trade mark portfolio; advising on real estate, finance, employment, and dispute resolution, among other areas of the law.

“Norton Rose Fulbright has a world class reputation. The continued partnership enables us to complement Norton Rose Fulbright’s extensive capabilities and gives us the opportunity to deliver tangible benefits across the network of the global business. Although we come from different industries, our shared values around corporate responsibility means we have much in common and I look forward to the continued success of our partnership,” said Jonathan Neale, Chief Operating Officer, McLaren Technology Group.


Working Start is Norton Rose Fulbright’s worldwide employability programme supported by McLaren-Honda and is aimed at providing paid employment opportunities for people with disabilities. The programme is designed to promote confidence in and provide employment for people who have a disability. As well as gaining valuable commercial on-the-job experience, participants are part of a global project to help the firm become more disability confident as an organisation.