CV of Ronald G. Mund, JD, MBA

EDUCATION

  1. Masters in Business Administration – 1986
    University of St. Thomas (St. Paul, Minnesota)
  2. Juris Doctorate Cum Laude – 1976
    William Mitchell College Of Law (St. Paul, Minnesota)
  3. Bachelor Of Arts History & Political Science – 1969
    St. Cloud State University (St. Cloud, Minnesota)

Large Claims Handled

  1. $200,000,000 securities claim involving sixteen separate class action lawsuits against Corporate Directors & Officers.
  2. $150,000,000 securities claim involving nine separate class action lawsuits against Corporate Directors & Officers.
  3. $100,000,000 lawyers malpractice claim involving estate planning.
  4. $50,000,000 lawyers malpractice claim involving IPO prospectus.
  5. $350,000,000 Financial Institution Bond Claim involving employee dishonesty.
  6. $15,000,000 Financial Institution Bond claim involving employee dishonesty.

WORK EXPERIENCE

  1. Wagner, Rutchick & Mund P.A. (Partner); 1976 – 1977
  2. St. Paul Companies, Inc. (Bond Claim Attorney); 1978 – 1983
  3. St. Paul Companies, Inc. (Regional Bond Claim Attorney); 1983-1985
  4. St. Paul Companies, Inc. (Surety Attorney); 1985 – 1990
  5. St. Paul Companies, Inc. (Senior Claim Professional); 1990 – 2004
  6. St. Paul Travelers Companies, Inc. (Senior Claims Manager: Financial Institution Bond & Fidelity Claims); 2004 – 2008
  7. Travelers (Technical Director: Bond & Specialty Insurance); 2008 – 2015
  8. SDC CPAs, LLC (Claims Investigator); Aurora, IL; 2016 – Present

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

  1. American Bar Association Tort Insurance Practice Section Fidelity & Surety Law Committee
  2. Fidelity Law Association: President; Co-Chair 2003 Annual Program & Seminar; Member Executive Committee

ARTICLES AUTHORED

  1. Dishonesty v. Business Judgment v. Negligence: The Banker’s Blanket Bond v. The Director’s & Officers Liability Policy, presented to American Bar Association Fidelity & Surety Law Committee Midwinter Meeting 1986
  2. Fidelity Law Update, presented to the 21st Annual Surety Claims Institute Meeting 1996
  3. New Fidelity And Financial Institution Bond Endorsements And Case Law Interpreting Them, presented to the 24th Annual Surety Claims Institute Meeting 1999
  4. The Inventory Computation and Profit and Loss Exclusion: Separating the Wheat from the Chaff, in The Fidelity Law Journal (Michael Keeley ed., vol. VII, October 2001) Co-Authored with DM Studler
  5. Can The Insurer Compel Set Off Of Income Resulting From A Covered Peril Or Recovery Against Claimed Loss, presented to the 27th Annual Surety Claims Institute Meeting 2002
  6. Discovery – What Does It Do, What Is It, And Who Must Discover?, in COMMERCIAL CRIME POLICY (Randall I. Marmor & John Tomaine eds., 2d ed. 2005) Co-Authored with Michael Weber
  7. The Claim Handler’s Initial Analysis And Response To The Claim, in HANDLING FIDELITY BOND CLAIMS (Michael Keeley & Sean Duffy eds., 2d ed. 2005)

MILITARY SERVICE

United States Army; Military Intelligence; Rank At Discharge: First Lieutenant; 1969 – 1972