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.