con·duct /'kän-ˌdəkt/ n1 a: the act, manner, or process of carrying on or managinghis conduct of the case was negligentb: an act or omission to acta crime is that conduct which is defined as criminal — Louisiana Revised Statutes2: mode or standard of personal behavior
Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam-Webster. 1996.
actions, acts, address, air, aspect, attitude, bearing, behavior, behavior pattern, breeding, carriage, code, compliance, comportment, conformance, correctness, course of behavior, dealings, decorum, deeds, demeanor, deportment, established practice, ethics, etiquette, fashion, guise, habits, management, manner, manners, method, mien, mode of action, mode of behavior, morals, operation, performance, personal bearing, port, posture, practice, presence, procedure, propriety, public manners, role, seemliness, social behavior, social graces, style, way, way of acting, ways, wise
associated concepts: coercive conduct, course of conduct, disorderly conduct, good conduct, immoral conduct, improper conduct, inequitable conduct, justifiable conduct, reasonable conduct, standard of conduct, unprofessional conduct
administer, administrare, administrate, assume responsibility, carry on, carry out, command, control, deal with, direct, direct affairs, discharge, dispatch, do, enact, execute, gerere, guide, handle, have control, lead, look after, manage, officiate at, operate, oversee, perducere, pilot, preside over, proceed with, regulate, run, superintend, supervise, take care of, take charge of, transact, usher
associated concepts: conduct a business, conduct a sale, conducted for profit, conducting business
- Melius est recurrere quam malo currere. — It is better to recede than to proceed in errorIII index administration, agency (legal relationship), behavior, comport (behave), control (regulate), course, decorum, demean (deport oneself), demeanor, deportment, direct (show), direct (supervise), direction (guidance), discipline (training), ethics, exercise (discharge a function), govern, handle (manage), manage, management (judicious use), manipulate (utilize skillfully), manner (behavior), modus operandi, officiate, operate, orchestrate, overlook (superintend), oversee, practice (procedure), prescribe, presence (poise), procedure, process (course), prosecute (carry forward), protect, pursue (carry on), regulate (manage), regulation (management), render (administer), rule (govern), transact, transmit, transport, usage
Burton's Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006
One of the potentially fair reasons for dismissal under the ERA 1996 which the employer must establish if it is to show that an employee has not been unfairly dismissed (unfair dismissal).Related links
Practical Law Dictionary. Glossary of UK, US and international legal terms. www.practicallaw.com. 2010.