For our second installment of "Ethical Dilemma of the Week," we address a situation that many BigLaw associates may have wondered about.
You're flying somewhere on a client matter. The client is ultimately paying the bill, but the firm bought the airline tickets (or you bought them with your "rewards" credit card), and you entered your frequent flyer number so you can rack up those awesome miles and get an upgrade to Business Plus/First Class Minus, where there are a few more precious centimeters of leg room.
But the client's paying. Are those the client's miles, or yours?