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Weber's law

[′vā·bərz ‚lȯ]
(physiology)
The law that the stimulus increment which can barely be detected (the just noticeable difference) is a constant fraction of the initial magnitude of the stimulus; this is only an approximate rule of thumb.
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David Valger, of RCG Longview LLP, serves as REX Steering Committee chair; Bram Weber, of Weber Law Group LLP, serves as REX steering committee vice chair; and the REX premiere committee chairs are Sam Blank of RCG Longview LP, Brian Feil of The Feil Organization, and Jared Kushner of Kushner Properties.
Besides Kaplan and Burman, the group's steering committee includes Bram Weber of the Weber Law Group, Melville; Ken-Faltischek, general counsel of Sandata, Port Washington, and Lee Passavia of Woodbury Realty Holdings, Woodbury.
sponsor Joseph Willen, Advantage Group; Michael Mule', Weber Law Group; Eric Rubenstein, Ruskin Moscou Faltischek, and William Cornachio, Rivkin Radler LLP.