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Delaire Country Club Members Sue Over COVID Vaccine Mandate

Florida LAWSUITS News Palm Beach County

Plaintiff Is CFO Of A Pharma Company… Couple Claims Vax Mandate Unfair, Illegal…

Delaire is being sued by a woman who claims the private country club’s vaccine mandate is illegal.


DELRAY BEACH, FL ( (Copyright © 2022 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — Two members of the Delaire Country Club are suing the club over its vaccine mandate rule implemented for users of the Delaire clubhouse.

In the lawsuit, filed by Mari Schneebaum and Marc Schneebaum, Delaire’s Board of Governors is accused of violating Florida law which they claim prohibits any business or organization from requiring vaccines — or proof of vaccines — to enter. Ironically, Marc Schneebaum is the Chief Financial Officer of Avalyn Pharma, a company that produces medication for inhaled illnesses.

Ms. Scheenbaum says she was sanctioned when she attended a Halloween event in the clubhouse, either unvaccinated or unwilling to share proof of vaccination, in violation of the rules the private club implemented. She appealed her four month suspension, only to have it reaffirmed by the country club’s grievance committee.

“On December 17th, 2021,” states the lawsuit, “The Board of Governors upheld the original decision and sanction of the Grievance Committee of a four month suspension, which Mrs. Schneebaum is currently servicing through April 6, 2022.”

Schneebaum claims, “the suspension is neither fair nor reasonable, nor was the suspension carried out in good faith.”

The lawsuit is filed in Palm Beach County Circuit Court where the statutory minimum for damages is $30,000. The Schneebaums also seek the suspension to be overturned, and clarification on what a private club is allowed to order as it relates to COVID rules.

The Schneebuams are represented by Stephen Padula of the “Padula Bennardo Levine” firm. Read Padula’s five page “legal letter” at the end of the lawsuit, which we are publishing below.





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