Jaimee Nardiello, a partner at Zetlin & De Chiara, has been elected president of Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW) New York, the region’s leading advocacy organization for professional women in real estate.

Franklin (Frank) McRoberts of Farrell Fritz has been appointed to The Caumsett Foundation’s board of directors. He will serve a three-year term. The foundation’s mission is to support and enhance Caumsett State Historic Park Preserve as a unique and historic environment on Long Island’s North Shore.

Blank Rome partner Jared Zola has been selected to join the Rutgers Cybersecurity Advisory Board for a one-year term. In his role, he will help ensure that the school’s work is relevant to the business community and will offer his experience in cybersecurity and cyberinsurance to faculty and students through programs such as the Rutgers Cybersecurity Certificate Program.

UJA-Federation of New York has honored Joseph Allerhand, co-head of Weil, Gotshal & Manges’ securities litigation practice, and Emil Kleinhaus, partner at Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz. Allerhand received the Judge Joseph M. Proskauer Award for his outstanding professional achievements and service to the community, and Kleinhaus received the James H. Fogelson Emerging Leadership Award, which is awarded annually to a young attorney for their dedication to Jewish communal leadership.

The Staten Island Trial Lawyers Association awarded Richmond County Surrogate Robert Gigante with the 2018 Honorable Louis Sangiorgio Award for his “distinction as a jurist in exercising fairness, impartiality and wisdom in deciding all matters.” The Association also awarded Ronald Cerrachio, chief clerk of Richmond County Surrogate’s Court, with the Myron G. Lasser Award for his “tireless dedication to the profession of the practice of law and exemplary conduct in areas of advocacy, professionalism, civility and ethics.”

Paige D. Bartholomew, an associate at Farrell Fritz, has received the Hon. Judith S. Kaye Scholarship. The scholarship, awarded to female litigators, was established by The New York Bar Foundation and seeks to increase the number of women taking leadership roles in commercial cases litigated in New York’s state and federal courts.