Weber's Law

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Weber's Law

In psychology, a concept stating that change in a stimulus is noticeable in proportion to the strength of the original stimulus. Weber's law is used in marketing to increase prices for products. That is, marketers have found a company may change its prices by a certain percentage before customers notice they are higher or lower.
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Additionally, Greenberg Traurig has strategic alliances with the following independent law firms: Studio Santa Maria in Milan and Rome, TA Lawyers GKJ in Tokyo, and Weber Law Office in Zurich.
Weber Law Group (WLG) announced that Tamir Young has joined the firm as partner and head of litigation.