Defendant Golden Isles Reinsurance Company, Limited (“Golden Isles”) sought detailed information regarding individual claims Canal Insurance Company (“Canal”) submitted for reimbursement under the parties’ reinsurance agreement, as outlined in . The Court ordered production of the following:
- Check register information (purportedly to enable Golden Isles to verify the amount Canal paid on the claim, in lieu of settlement agreements which would be more burdensome to produce);
- Documents showing the date Canal first had notice of each individual claim for which Canal has the claim date within 6 months of either the start or end of the parties’ agreement; and
- A 30(b)(6) witness who can address questions Golden Isles has concerning claims data and how certain numbers were entered and calculated, as the Court found “Golden Isles is entitled to answers to these questions,” but also found that “producing large quantities of documents is not the most efficient manner in which to address this.”
The Court will address the parties’ additional discovery disputes by a separate order. This is not the first discovery issue . Further background is available in . , Case No. 1:15-cv-03331 (USDC N.D. Ga. Oct 6, 2017).