The Board and Residents of 2381 Ocean Avenue, Brooklyn, NY
Inna resolved a year-long nightmare in just two weeks. A neighbor was significantly disturbing peace of residents on at least 3 floors of our building day and night, for over a year. Complaints, calls to police... nothing worked. Inna got him removed from the building before his lease was up in no time. Inna is bright, ambitious and responsive. She gets the job done. She is passionate about the legal process and will make your case her top priority, no matter if it is big or small. We highly recommend her services. ...
My father won an apartment through lottery in the Muchelama Co-Op building. At the interview, the board told him that he is not qualified for the apartment for reasons of financial instability. After we negotiated with the board several times, the board made its final decision to deny my father the rights to ownership of the apartment. I contacted an attorney who advised me that my father had no case. I was absolutely helpless and devastated when a friend recommended that I contact Inna Vernikov. Inna offered to appeal the board's decision. Because the deadline to appeal was only a ...
Heather Robinson, Contributing Editor Jewish Week
I met Inna after researching her accomplishments as a nominee for Jewish Week's "36 Under 36" issue, dedicated to honoring 36 young members of New York's Jewish community who have demonstrated unique leadership. I was delighted to recommend her, and even more delighted to have done so after my superiors selected her for the honor. Inna is witty, ambitious, and hardworking. Perhaps most unique, she is courageous and principled as an activist and attorney. Not everyone volunteers their time, raises awareness about disrespectful media depictions of others, and takes risks for the sake of principle. She is quite exceptional!
Brooke Goldstein, Director of The Lawfare Project & FOX News Channel Regular Commentator
"Inna's passion for the law and her dedication to the pursuit of justice, makes her an invaluable asset to the legal profession"