act illegally

act illegally

verb be derelict, be illegal, be perfidiius, be recalcitrant, break the law, commit a crime, disobey the law, not comply, refuse to obey, repudiate, resist, traverse, trespass, violate, violate the law
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The legislation would amend the NLRA to further strengthen protections for both union and non-union workers by increasing remedies for workers and imposing new penalties for employers who act illegally.
The new treaty enables US authorities to demand information on suspected tax cheats if any bank or its employers are found to act illegally, the report said.
OUTSPOKEN union leader Bob Crow has told workers they will soon have to act illegally in a rousing call for militant action.
In gaining access to nuclear technology, Iran has been observing international regulations, but if they are going to behave illegally by using the Security Council as a tool and ignore the inalienable right of the Iranian people, we can also act illegally.
Boiler rooms are unauthorised and act illegally by promoting and selling shares in the UK.
Connecticut is preparing to sue the federal government, contending that the NCLB Act illegally requires standardized tests, but does not provide funding to create, distribute, and score them.
NORWAY'S alcohol advertising ban has been undermined by a European Free Trade Area (EFTA) Court ruling, which says that the Norwegian Alcohol Act illegally breaks trade freedom rules of the European Economic Area (EEA) agreement.
Ironically, some are selective in support of the law and will act illegally for their cause.
That doesn't mean journalists who act illegally or who endanger lives are guaranteed any special protections.
BUSINESS WIRE)--April 14, 1997--In a case brought by the Tennessee Bankers Association, a Federal Appeals Court ruled today that credit unions act illegally when they admit members from multiple, unrelated groups.
Michael Barrett was prosecuted and fined pounds 15,000 two years ago following a number of complaints but continued to act illegally, the court heard.
The Washington court's decision found that the Boy Scouts of America did not act illegally in barring the two, Roland Pool and Michael Geller.