Attorney Releases Book on Campaign Finance Law


LANSING — Attorney Eric Doster released his book Michigan Campaign Finance, the first reference book ever written on Michigan campaign finance law. Doster, a recognized leader in this field of law, designed the book to help people understand this complex topic.

This comprehensive resource is organized to be a useful reference manual including chapters on applicability of the Michigan Campaign Finance Act, fundraising events, reporting requirements and offenses and penalties.

“Eric’s book is a one of a kind resource,” ” said Robert LaBrant, senior counsel at The Sterling Corp. (Doster) knows the ins and outs of Michigan campaign finance. He is amongst the top campaign finance attorneys not only in Michigan but in the nation.”

Doster is among the longest-serving general counsel in the history of the Michigan Republican Party serving in this role since 1992. He represents many of Michigan’s largest trade associations, corporations, and political organizations in complex and precedent-setting election law matters.

“The consequences for failing to comply with Michigan Campaign Finance law are severe financially and politically,” said Jim Holcomb, senior vice president and general counsel at the Michigan Chamber of Commerce. “You need an expert familiar with the law to guide you and Eric and his book do just that.”

The book is now available online through