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I am an employee at a consulting firm. I am getting a certificate in a program (at my own expense), which is outside the domain of what we do but has applications for the services we supply. My intent is to use the things I develop for both my day job and for work I do outside the firm. I understand that work I do on the job is owned by him. However, I am developing this work outside the job as part of my homework assignment and will be presenting it to another organization. This firm may close soon -- I want to have clarity as to who owns the work I develop. I want to have something in writing that protects my right to use what I developed outside of work without getting his permission or further permission from someone who might buy the firm after he retires.