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Are you saying that he individual concerned is in breach of copyright?
Normally, when you're employed, your employers own the copyright to your works; this is the case for music, literary works etc.
Unless you agree otherwise.
When did you create the works concerned, during employment or not?
Ah, I see. I think if its significantly different, then it's fair to say that it's not likely to belong to the former employer at all. If this was a commissioned work (as it sounds like it might be), then you would still own it.
I believe that from what you have said, you're likely to own it, and as such, you would be entitled to bring a claim if needed for breach of copyright.
Do you need a media lawyer? No, not really. You need a litigation lawyer with experience of intellectual property disputes.
There are lots of them. Where about in the country are you?
Okay. Then in that case, you have a considerable choice of lawyers. You can go to some of the larger firms, where the specialism is evident, such as Addleshaw Goddard, Olswang, Field Fisher Waterhouse etc ...
They will instruct a specialist barrister on your behalf if they need to.
You need a firm like this, with some clout behind it, if your opposition has access to significant resources and is wealthy and powerful.
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