Whenever the world of work undergoes changes, Ana-Eliza Bauersachs’ job becomes more challenging. As a shareholder in the workers’ compensation department at Capehart Scatchard in Mount Laurel, Bauersachs must ensure her clients comply with the law while guarding against abuse of the system.

Since judges are the fact-finders in workers’ compensation court, Bauersachs doesn’t have to convince jurors of the merits of her client’s position.

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