LI people on the move, Aug. 20, 2014

Alicia Jabbour of Smithtown has been named CEO Alicia Jabbour of Smithtown has been named CEO and chief marketing officer of Aurora Branded Entertainment in Huntington Station. She will also continue as creator/host/producer of the "Girls Night Out" television show and co-host of "Mr. and Mrs. Motivation" radio show. Photo Credit: RLJ/NYC

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Lauren Doddato of Hempstead has joined her father as a partner at the renamed firm of Doddato and Doddato in Mineola. She was assistant D.A. with the Nassau County district attorney's office, Major Offense Bureau, in Mineola.

Jakubowki, Robertson, Maffei, Goldsmith & Tartaglia in St. James has two new hires.

Emily Bermudez of Brookhaven joins as an associate. She will concentrate her practice in family law and criminal defense. She was in private practice in Central Islip.

Anastasia Larios of Stony Brook joins as a law clerk. She is a recent law graduate of Pace Law School in White Plains.

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Alicia Jabbour of Smithtown has been named CEO and chief marketing officer of Aurora Branded Entertainment in Huntington Station. She will also continue as creator/host/producer of the "Girls Night Out" television show and co-host of "Mr. and Mrs. Motivation" radio show.

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