In our January 7 post this year, we last told you about the discovery battles in AIU Insurance Company v. TIG Insurance Company, 07-7052 (USDC S.D.N.Y. Nov. 25, 2008), which we described as a “saga.” The saga continues. This time, the court reconsidered its August 28, 2008 order directing the production by TIG of information pertaining to its late notice investigation and records audit (which we discussed in a October 2, 2008 post). TIG moved for reconsideration of 25 of the documents ordered produced. The court found it had overlooked the factual bases for attorney-client privilege. Accordingly, the court entered an Order excusing TIG from producing some documents in their entirety, and permitting it to redact others.