This sandwich was devised using La Brea Country White Sourdough OvalCountry White Sourdough Oval bread – 8 slicesExtra virgin olive oil – 1/3 cupTablespoons white wine vinegar – 2-3 Tablespoons Maldon sea salt – 2Tablespoon freshly cracked black pepper – 1Medium yellow onions, sliced 1/8-inch thick – 2Wholegrain mustard – 1/4 cup Swiss cheese, sliced 1/16-inch thick – 8oz To prepare the marinated onions Combine the oil, vinegar, salt and pepper in a bowl. Add the onions, toss to coat them, and marinate for 15-20 minutes at room temperature. Season with more vinegar, salt, and pepperTo assemble the sandwichesSet half of the slices of bread buttered side down.Spread an even layer of mustard over the bread and cover with half the cheese slices, folding them back in toward the middle if they extend past the edges of the bread.Scatter the marinated onions on top and place the remaining cheese slices over the onions.Put the top slices of bread over the cheese, buttered side up.Grill the sandwiches using a panini press. Cut each sandwich in half diagonally.
July 11, 2012 497 Views Credit Agency Files Antitrust Suit Against CoreLogic, Experian in Data, Government, Origination, Servicing Agents & Brokers Attorneys & Title Companies CoreLogic Home Equity Housing Affordability Lenders & Servicers Mortgage Disclosures Processing Service Providers 2012-07-11 Sara Ortega Share Florida-based “”CreditBureau Services””:http://www.creditbureauservicesinc.com/ filed a suit Tuesday against “”Experian””:http://www.experian.com/, the national consumer credit data repository, and “”CoreLogic, Inc.””:http://www.corelogic.com/, the nation’s largest credit report reseller, in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida for alleged violations of the antitrust laws.[IMAGE]The suit claims that Experian and CoreLogic sought to deny smaller credit agencies access to Experian’s mortgage credit information for “”tri-merged”” mortgage credit reports. Banks and investors require tri-merged reports to extend credit for home mortgages. [COLUMN_BREAK]The complaint seeks damages and injunctive relief, according to a release by Rubin PLLC. According to the suit, Experian and CoreLogic were partners in the Credco mortgage credit reporting business in early 2008 when Experian “”agreed to eliminate up to 87% of CoreLogic’s rivals”” in exchange for CoreLogic’s help to “”maintain Experian’s monopoly in mortgage credit information.”” The suit claims that the number of qualified mortgage credit reporting agencies has declined nationwide from more than 1,500 at the beginning of the century to fewer than 100 today.Jonathan Rubin of Washington, D.C.-based Rubin PLLC represents the plaintiff.””Independent credit reporting agencies like my client can no longer compete, not because they are not efficient, but because Experian and CoreLogic conspired to drive them out of the market,”” Rubin said. “”This is an astonishing violation of the antitrust laws.””CreditBureau Serivices, based in Oakland Park, Florida, has also asked the court to certify the case as a class action on behalf of “”all mortgage credit report resellers separated from Experian”” as a result of the violation.