Richard Paikoff had barely settled into his new position as special counsel at Duane Morris & Heckscher’s intellectual property practice group this past spring when his new bosses wanted him to move out — at least temporarily.

Lewis Gould, the co-chair of the intellectual property group, wanted Paikoff to spend three months in the Midland, Mich., world headquarters of client Dow Corning, as part of an attorney-exchange program. Dow attorney Catherine Brown would spend the same time — July through September — at Duane Morris’ Philadelphia office.

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