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In the following sentence, I would delete the word "indirectly" so the employer is protected with regard to your work product directly relating to your employment with the employer, but not that which indirectly relates to your employment.
"...patentable processes or inventions which directly or indirectly relate to Employee’s work products or Employer’s business which are developed (in whole or in part) by Employee,..."
I would also suggest deleting "or Employer's business which are developed (in whole or in part) by Employee" and replacing it with "created by employee (in whole or in part) in the scope of the employee's employment".
I would also delete "in its sole discretion" and include a provision protecting your ownership and patent rights for inventions or other patentable ideas that are not created in the scope of your employment with this employer.
You may also wish to include a provision whereby they must compensate you for your time if your obligation to deliver an assignment or other instruments causes you to spend more than an hour of your time. While you would typically be compensated for this while an employee, after your employment ends, you will want to ensure you are compensated for this legal obligation if it somehow causes you to spend many hours of time fulfilling your obligation.
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