David M. Bornemann
David M. Bornemann is a partner in Goodman McGuffey LLP’s Columbia, SC office and represents primarily self-insured and commercially insured employers across the State in a wide array of workers’ compensation matters.
David attended the University of South Carolina Honors College with a double major in finance and marketing. He was the 2003 recipient of the Steven N. Swanger Leadership Award (the University of South Carolina’s second highest undergraduate honor) and the Outstanding Senior Award. While in college, he also appeared as a basketball player in the 2003 feature film Radio. He is a 2006 graduate of the University of South Carolina School of Law, where he served terms as Vice President and then President of the Student Bar Association (law school student body). He is a graduate of the South Carolina Bar Association’s Leadership Academy, Class of 2010, and the Leadership Columbia Class of 2012. He is a five-time recipient of the Midlands Legal Elite designation (peer-nominated and awarded by Columbia Business Monthly).
David is active in the community, currently serving on the Columbia Museum of Art’s Contemporaries Board, the Historic Columbia Foundation’s Advisory Board, the board of Columbia Opportunity Resource (COR), and currently serves as president-elect of the Main Street (Columbia) Rotary Club. He has previously served on the University of South Carolina Alumni Association’s Board of Governors and the board of the Young Alumni Council. In his free time, David enjoys golfing and is an avid runner.
Awards & Recognitions
Recipient of the Steven N. Swanger Leadership Award (2003)
Outstanding Senior Award Recipient (2003)
Student Bar Association (Served as President & Vice President)
Graduate of South Carolina Bar Association’s Leadership Academy, Class of 2010
Graduate of Leadership Columbia, Class of 2012
Five–time recipient of the Midlands Legal Elite Designation by Columbia Business Monthly
Historic Columbia Foundation’s Advisory Board
Board of Columbia Opportunity Resource (COR)