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Nicholas Wittner. Courtesy photo

Michigan State University law professor-in-residence Nicholas Wittner gave up plans to teach his dream class on driverless cars and the law in order to accept interim President John Engler’s request that he become the school’s first chief compliance officer last week.

Sue Reisinger

Senior reporter at ALM since 2004; based in Florida; covers general counsel and white collar crime; contact: sreisinger@alm.com

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