When I build a website I'd usually put the logo on the top left of the screen (or in the middle if applicable) and at the same time use it as the link to the home page. I think this became a common pattern today. But I'd instinctively would never put it on the top right.
In a new project I have a client who's CI exactly requires this: the logo has to sit top-right without excuses for online media.
Now I'm wondering if I can still use it as a home link.
From a gut feeling I'd say no and would put an extra home link in the main nav. I would not expect a user to consider the logo on the right as the home button. As well, the page is not fully fluid, so that the logo might even disappear on smaller screens. (This as well should be an issue for CI but it obviously is not).
However, the navigation is perfect without the link and I'd rather love to focus the other items than having an extra "home".
What are other arguments for the one or the other approach?