The excesses of the LH FCT: a humidor of cigars, a never ending liquor supply, lolly towers and… a water bar?!
The LH First Class Terminal: nap rooms, a meat buzzsaw, chaffeured plane transfers, and rubber duckies
I just saw this query on one of the in-house counsel mailing lists I’m on:
Our B2B customer wants to put one of the milestone payments due to us (to the tune of $1,000,000!) on their credit card. Incredulity aside, we want to avoid that as we would be hit with around $35,000 in fees, not to mention the transaction size would exceed our monthly limit. Can we refuse this request if our contract is silent on the method of payment? I know merchants are not required to accept credit cards, but where there already is a signed purchase contract and it is silent on the issue of how payment is to be made, can payment by credit card somehow be construed in the eyes of the law as acceptable, even though it would result in us incurring substantial fees?
Thank you in advance for your insight!
Without doing any research, I am pretty sure the answers are yes and no respectively… but all I can really think about when I read that question is how many frequent flier miles that could generate!
Pretty slick, Lufthansa! New F in an A330-300
Joey, the latest addition to our apartment
Congratulations Roger & Shuang!
This blog turned 16 today. It has been much neglected over the last year, but hopefully I’ll get a chance to push out one or two substantial posts this year.
My ride home! (Thanks to AA points)
The ritual pre-flight meal
Happy New Year!
Final part of the long, long journey back to Sydney…
Part 2 of a 55 hour journey back to Sydney!
Winter Wonderland at Hyde Park – lots of German food there for some reason