Our team works tirelessly to ensure the best outcome for each and every client.

By staying current with changes in North Carolina and federal law, we're able to provide our clients with the most up-to-date information relevant to their case, as well as be prepared for unique approaches at trial.

Brandon Forbes

Brandon Forbes


Brandon Forbes joined the SeiferFlatow team in 2021, and focuses his practice on Civil Litigation. After retiring from military Special Operations in 2010, Brandon attended Campbell University for his undergraduate studies. He then continued his education at Charlotte School of Law, graduating in 2015. Brandon was admitted into the North Carolina Bar in 2016.

During his time in law school, Brandon interned for two Mecklenburg County District Court judges, gaining experience and knowledge of the local court system. Brandon then served the people of Mecklenburg County as a Magistrate before leaving to practice Social Security Law.

Brandon is dedicated to thoroughly understanding his client’s experience and utilizing his legal knowledge to extract critical information in order to provide them with the best legal representation possible. His expertise and calm demeanor helps clients to feel more relaxed and confident during legal proceedings, secure in the knowledge that they are in good hands.  

In his free time, Brandon enjoys restoring Datsun and Nissan cars, playing board games with friends, and spending time with his family.

Megan Kahane

Megan Kahane


Megan Kahane joined SeiferFlatow in 2023 with a practice focus on Family Law. She received her undergraduate degree in accounting from the State University of New York at Old Westbury and graduated from the University of North Carolina School of Law in 2022. After graduating, she moved from Chapel Hill to Charlotte where she was admitted to the North Carolina Bar.

In law school, Megan dedicated more than 1,100 to pro bono work, including serving as a court-appointed Guardian ad Litem and volunteering with the Orange County Teen Court program. During internships at two district attorneys’ offices, Megan worked with victims and survivors of domestic violence.

She participated in UNC School of Law’s Domestic and Sexual Violence Clinic where she represented clients seeking domestic violence protection orders. Additionally, she interned at the United States Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of North Carolina.

Megan understands that each client’s situation is unique, and she is committed to serving as a fierce and compassionate advocate for all of her clients. Megan is committed to practicing empathy with every client to ensure that they feel that their concerns are heard and their needs are met.

david capper

David Capper


David joined the SeiferFlatow team in Fall of 2022. A born-and-raised Charlottean, David graduated from Providence Day School, and attended Hampden-Sydney College, in Hampden-Sydney, Virginia. Elected to the Hampden-Sydney Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa, David graduated Summa Cum Laude in 2005 as Salutatorian of his class, with a double major in History and Political Science. 

After returning to Charlotte after graduation, and working in Financial Services as a stockbroker, David moved to Waco, Texas, to attend Baylor University for graduate studies. He received his Master of Arts in Political Science in 2009, and his Doctor of Philosophy in Political Science in 2013, with specializations in American Politics, Public Law, and Political Theory. 

His Doctoral Dissertation was on the Substantive Due Process jurisprudence of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Anthony M. Kennedy.

David taught Political Science and Constitutional Law at Baylor, Angelo State University, and Texas A&M University before leaving higher education to attend the Antonin Scalia Law School at George Mason University in Arlington, Virginia. He received his J.D. from Scalia Law in May 2021, passed the North Carolina Bar examination, and was admitted to practice in North Carolina in early 2022.

David handles Workers’ Compensation claims, Business Transactions, and Personal Injury litigation.

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Plaques on the wall, published papers, and high-profile cases don't necessarily mean you have the right attorney (though we do have those things). You need someone who is willing to tenaciously fight for YOU and go the distance. At SeiferFlatow, our team becomes your team for the duration of your case and beyond.


We know that clients come to us during stressful times in their lives, often overwhelmed and anxious. We will handle your case with professionalism and attentiveness, while communicating with you every step of the way. We will be honest with you about the likely outcomes and work with you to tackle what's ahead.


Staying current with changes in laws gives us an edge in the courtroom. We work through every scenario and work out a formidable game plan for each likely scenario so we, and you, are prepared. This approach means we will also be realistic with our clients and advise them on what's best for their outcome, not ours.


"Adam and his team really looked out for me with my personal injury case! I appreciated the timely responses and the careful explanations of my case from him and his Attorneys! Very happy with the outcome as well! Highly recommend you contact this Law Firm after an automobile accident!"

—  Solomon
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"The firm has handled legal matters for me personally and for several of my clients. They are very professional, skilled & knowledgeable. They do not take cases for which they do not feel qualified but will refer those to a skilled attorney in that field. They are responsive to their clients and give a sense of security during times when an attorney is required."

—  Trevor
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"Mathew Flatow and Adam Seifer have helped me numerous times over the years! The professionalism combined with personal touch and care is unrivaled! I am a skeptic of attorneys by nature, but this pair gets it done every time, on time! If you aren’t going to Seiferflatow, you’re wasting your time and money."

—  Aaron
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