This case was brought by the cedent, Michigan Millers Mutual Insurance Co., seeking indemnity and expense payments arising from various underlying lawsuits, under a Casualty Excess Reinsurance Agreement. A discovery dispute arose when Michigan Millers failed to comply with its repeated promises to produce a substantial amount of electronically stored material. In an order awarding attorney’s fees to the defendant, reinsurer Westport Insurance Corp., the court found that Michigan Millers delayed for months, and then, “compliance was obtained only after Westport filed its motion to compel” on the eve of the scheduled hearing. Michigan Millers Mutual Insurance Co. v. Westport Insurance Corp., Case No. 1:14-cv-00151 (USDC W.D. Mich. Nov. 7, 2014).