If told by employer to do something illegal, how does this affect the recission of a non-compete?

If told to do something illegal by an employer and the employee quits, does this invalidate the non-compete? Employee was told to drive a vehicle for which the employee is not licensed.

Second, how does a constructive discharge effect a non-compete? If it invalidates the non compete, is it a long process? First, proving the validity of the constructive discharge which would then invalidate the non compete?

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0 answers  |  asked Jan 4, 2012 8:41 PM [EST]  |  applies to Michigan

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