Is Your Business Prepared for the Upcoming H-1B Visa Season?

It is H-1B season again! On April 1, 2016, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) will begin accepting H-1B visa applications for new employment beginning on October 1, 2016. As usual, there is a strict annual limit or Read More…

Bev Shillito discusses the NCAA First Four with the Dayton Business Journal

“Long-time Dayton law firm Sebaly Shillito + Dyer has a long history of supporting regional community pride and economic development initiatives, and the company was one of the first to become involved with the NCAA First Four effort. Bev Shillito, who also is a Read More…

Tom Whalen of Sebaly Shillito + Dyer talks entrepreneurship with students from River’s Edge Montessori.

Last month, approximately 30 DPS first through sixth graders from River’s Edge Montessori attended lectures at UD conducted by Tom Whalen of Sebaly Shillito + Dyer.  During the lectures, the students learned about entrepreneurship and business planning.   But the Read More…

Betty White of Sebaly Shillito + Dyer selected as the 2015 DBA Paralegal of the Year!

Congratulations to our very own Betty White for being selected as the 2015 DBA Paralegal of the Year. Well deserved, Betty!                                       Read More…

Congrats to our very own TOM WHALEN for being named in Dayton’s 2015 Forty Under 40!

View full article here at the Dayton Business Journal.                                                                 Read More…

Charitable Gift Annuities & Charitable Remainder Trusts

Deb Hunt, shareholder and member of the Estate Planning and Probate Department, has written an article appearing in The Dayton Foundation Summer 2008 Futures newsletter for estate planners and financial advisors which gives options on ways clients can make a charitable gift but retain an income Read More…

Using an IRA to Invest in a Closely-Held Business

We are often asked about using an individual retirement account (IRA) to purchase an interest in a closely-held business, whether that business is a corporation or a limited liability company (LLC).  This is a rather natural question for people to Read More…

New Disclosure Requirements for Service Providers to Retirement Plans

The U.S. Department of Labor (“DoL”) recently issued a regulation that requires certain service providers to retirement plans to disclose information relating to the services provided to those plans and the compensation received for those services.  The regulation relates to Read More…

Overview of Employee Benefits

Generally “Employee benefits” is a term used to describe the entire concept of compensating employees for their services. Typically, “employee benefits” refers to ways of providing compensation other than current wages, such as providing health, life, or disability insurance, vacation Read More…