On 26 November 2021, the CAT ruled on eight sets of proceedings associated with the Mastercard or Visa payment cards schemes. The card schemes are alleged to have set multilateral interchange fees (MIFs) for their schemes at anticompetitive levels and therefore infringed Article 101 and/or 102 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (TFEU) and the Chapter 1 and/or 2 Prohibition of the Competition Act 1998. The claims concern UK and Irish domestic MIFs, EEA MIFs and intra-regional MIFs (and, in the case of two proceedings, Italian domestic MIFs as well). They cover transactions with consumer cards as well as transactions with commercial cards. The claimants, including French Connection, JD Wetherspoon and Odeon Cinemas, applied for an early-stage summary judgment on the basis that the alleged Article 101(1) infringement has already been resolved by the Court of Appeal and Supreme Court. The CAT awarded summary judgment against Visa and Mastercard for claims concerning UK and Irish domestic and intra-EEA MIFs for the period from 19 December 2006 to 8 December 2015. It refused summary judgment for the period after 9 December 2015 and for inter-regional consumer MIFs, MIFs for commercial cards and Italian domestic MIFs.