Incognito No Longer: Workplace Bullying Legislation Again at the Forefront
|by Scott Sweeney|
Wilson Elser Moskowitz Edelman & Dicker LLP - Denver Office
|November 28, 2013|
Previously published on November 2013
The much “ballyhooed” controversy surrounding the Miami Dolphins’ offensive tackle Jonathan Martin’s departure following the allegedly incessant bullying and harassment by all-pro lineman Richie Incognito has reignited the discussion over the need for legislation to prevent bullying in the workplace. According to Martin, Incognito sent belittling, threatening and offensive text messages; left voicemail messages meant to intimidate and berate; and generally left Martin feeling threatened and depressed. Martin claimed that he could no longer withstand the treatment, and chose to leave the Dolphins on October 28.
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