Two key lawyers defending video-sharing Web sites in high-profile suits recently brought by Universal Music Group are well-versed in copyright infringement claims, having taken plaintiffs’ positions in previous cases with similar legal arguments.

The turnabout highlights a trend in which Internet lawyers are beginning to represent clients on both sides of the copyright battles facing new technology companies, particularly after firms such as News Corp. and Google Inc. have gobbled up successful Web sites.

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