SAN DIEGO - A federal judge in California presiding over an insurance bad faith case on July 15 refused to adopt a magistrate judge's report and recommendation to impose terminating sanctions against a plaintiff company over its delayed production of amended discovery responses, ruling that the company did not engage in bad faith and that the delayed production did not prejudice defendant Travelers Property Casualty Company of America (Fay Avenue Properties LLC, et al. v. Travelers Property Casualty Company of America, et al., No. 12-cv-02389-GPC-WVG, S.D. Calif.; 2013 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 98991).