Sharon Mark CohenComment

My Husband Argued and He Won

Sharon Mark CohenComment
My Husband Argued and He Won

Got you to look!

My husband argued a case before the New Jersey Supreme Court on April 9, 2018 and on September 18, 2018 the court ruling came down with a 7-0 vote in favor of his client.

When I told our 105-year-old cousin Juliet the news, she wrote: “Good!  Whatever the case, I am glad Arnee won it.  It must have been for workers—in the Neidich tradition. Love, Juliet” Her husband was a Neidich, his mother, and my husband Arnee’s grandmother, were second cousins of Golda Meir. Quite a legacy.

This wasn’t his first go-round. He’s been in front of the justices about a dozen times now. After the initial case, all resulted in winning outcomes. With all of these cases, he insists there has never been a more brilliant tribunal of judges than those he argued before at the Beit Din religious court, held in a Brooklyn basement. That winning decision eventually went before the N.J. Supreme Court. The court confirmed and enforced the Hebrew-written decision of the Beit Din.

It looks like I married a winner. There’s no argument there.

 Moss, Judd, Arnee, and Sharon Cohen April 9, 2018 (Rina was not able to make the trip from Los Angeles for this case but she’s seen her daddy argue at the N.J. Supreme Court)

Moss, Judd, Arnee, and Sharon Cohen April 9, 2018 (Rina was not able to make the trip from Los Angeles for this case but she’s seen her daddy argue at the N.J. Supreme Court)