Grigson v. Farmers Group, Inc.
The magistrate judge fround that the insurer waived the work product protection as to certain tools used by the insurer in setting premiums, the claimants were entitled to non-attorney related communications regarding such tools but not attorney communications, and the court would not compel further discovery unnecessary to the determination of class certification.
automobile liability insurance policy, premium rates, discovery, motion to compel production, attorney-client communications, Rule 26, scope of discovery, class certification
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