Now this looks like a pretty sweet gig. First you score $164,000 a year from your faculty position at the University of Minnesota Law School. Then you take over as "director, officer, lawyer and stockbroker" for your father-in-law's business -- which, believe it or not, grows diamonds in a laboratory with a "patented 'chemical vapor deposition' process." Despite the fact that the company loses $13 million dollars, you manage to extract "at least $3.85 million" for your law firm and brokerage while fighting off angry investors.
A university spokesman says the law school is "monitoring" the situation.
Read about the Howard E. Buhse Professor of Finance and Law in the Star Tribune.