UM investigating ousted president's use of university funds
Despite his removal as president of the University of Michigan on Saturday, an investigation is continuing and will involve Schlissel's spending, UM Regent Sarah Hubbard said Tuesday. - Ryan Garza, Detroit Free Press/Detroit Free Press/TNS

DETROIT — The law firm investigating ousted University of Michigan President Mark Schlissel is examining his use of university funds, officials confirmed. The Board of Regents on Saturday fired Schlissel, 64, after it determined he was having a relationship with a university employee, which is prohibited under a new policy touted by Schlissel and the Board of Regents in July. Chicago-based law firm Jenner & Block, which was hired to investigate Schlissel, uncovered 118 pages of emails showing the relationship with a woman who also works at UM. Despite his removal as president, the investigatio...