May 29, 1937 – June 19, 2020
Martin Rudnick was born on May 29, 1937 and passed away on June 19, 2020 and is under the care of Bloomfield-Cooper Jewish Chapels.
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June 24, 2020
He was a man that had an amazing way of making you feel, that you mattered. He made you feel that you were more important, that you really were. In Union beach PBA, he represented us for free, because we never had a contract before, and he wanted to make sure we were protected. He was a man who loves his family, his friends, his staff, clients, and pretty much everybody. He was literally one of the few men that I truly respected and my heart breaks for his family, And for the many people that will never know that a such man as this ever existed.
June 23, 2020
Marty was one of my mentors as a young associate at Drazin, Warshaw, Auerbach and Rudnick and taught me a lot about the law, especially re workers' compensation. His sense of humor was without equal, and he is credited with a famous treatise titled "Rudnick on Danish" (he loved pastries). Sincere condolences to the Rudnick family.
June 22, 2020
When I began to learn about Workers' Compensation law, in Monmouth County, in the basement courtrooms, one quickly realized that there were a certain few attorneys, that were the leaders, that you knew to stay close to, to observe, and mostly to listen; Ray Shebell, Bobby Olkowitz, Fred Millstein...and Marty. Marty was the Lion, everyone that knew and practiced with him, respected and admired him. He rarely lost his temper, he could charm another5% percent from young Respondents, and was a fierce advocate for his clients during trial. Marty was always willing to counsel and instruct, but again, you learned so much from Marty by watching and listening. His stories were epic. His relationships with attorneys and Judges were the joy of his professional life. His family was everything to him. He loved his wife and was so proud of his kids. His clients were fiercely loyal, they knew that Marty cared for them and more than that, he cared for their families as if they were his own. We were all blessed to be alive at a time and place where we, as young attorneys, could learn from Marty...I pray that he has found peace, and that his beloved Rangers win another Stanley Cup that he can smile upon from heaven.
June 22, 2020
Dearest Marty. My mentor and my friend. Marty taught me how to be a lawyer. He shared his expertise and knowledge. He shared hilarious stories of what court used to be like. He was a no nonsense kind of guy who handled every thing with grace. His proudest accomplishment was his family who he spoke of daily. His smile will be missed. Thank you Marty for being such a wonderful inspiration and friend. Lora Campbell
June 21, 2020
When you first met Marty you knew he was a special guy. Praying worker Comp in Momouth county was a joy because of this man smart, friendly, funny, a truly classy guy my best to his family.
June 20, 2020
Marty was the sweetest, funniest and smartest attorney. He was so kind to me as a young attorney. I have wonderful memories, and I am honored to have known him. May he Rest In Peace. My thoughts and prayers to Marty's family.
June 20, 2020
So sorry to hear. I met Marty in 1968 when I was taking the Skills and Methods for the Bar. Always liked and respected him. I good guy. He will be missed.
June 20, 2020
I have known Marty Rudnick since the 1970’s when I coached and umpired in Lincroft Little League. His son Brian and my brother Chris were close friends. Through most of the years I have practiced law in Workmens’ Compensation, Marty was there everyday making it a great place to work. Went to many Rangers games. Too many warm special memories. His passing is a great loss to his family and friends. I send my most sincere condolences. R.I.P.