JED S. RAKOFF, U.S.D.J.
Following a six-day trial, a jury found that defendant Mason Rothschild is liable on the claims of trademark infringement, trademark dilution, and cybersquatting brought by plaintiffs Hermes International and Hermes of Paris, Inc. (collectively "Hermes") and that the First Amendment does not bar the defendant's liability. See Verdict, Dkt. 144. The jury awarded Hermes $133,000 in damages on these claims. Id. Accordingly, the Court hereby enters final judgment in favor of plaintiffs in the amount of $133,000.