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Topic - Catherine Mattice
The shocking case of the hazing of Miami Dolphins football player Jonathan Martin by teammate Richie Incognito has focused attention on the larger problem of workplace bullying — and of the difficulties for federal and state officials in trying to define and deter it.
Equal-opportunity bullying is legal," Ms. Mattice said.
"The fact that they included adults in that piece is huge," Ms. Mattice said.