||Rhianne Dolman was an insurance adjuster who had worked for Dillman Adjusters for eight years. Her annual salary with Dillman was $60 000. Groger Adjusters persuaded Rhianne to work for it at a salary of $75 000 per year. Rhianne agreed and signed an employment contract. Several days later, Groger asked her to sign a non-solicitation agreement. Rhianne agreed. Three months later, Rhianne was having lunch with some colleagues when Rhianne asked one of them if he would be interested in opening an adjusting business to compete with Groger. She also asked another employee if, hypothetically, he would like to work for her someday in the adjusting business. The conversation was overheard by another employee of Groger, who informed senior management. Rhianne’s employment was terminated immediately. Did Groger have just cause to terminate Rhianne? What is the effect of the non-solicitation clause? If Groger does not have just cause to terminate Rhianne, to how much notice is she entitled?