Johanes Maliza has worked on complex commercial litigation representing major national and international corporations, including financial institutions, health care providers, telecommunication companies, energy companies, and retailers. His experience also includes consumer litigation and class actions, as well as securities litigation and qui tam lawsuits. He has represented clients in local, state, federal, and international fora. He has experience in all aspects of litigation, including litigation strategy, ESI discovery, depositions, motions practice, settlement negotiation/mediation, witness preparation and examination, and in-court oral argument. In addition to his litigation practice, he has conducted internal corporate investigations and has advised clients on regulatory compliance.Johanes maintains an active pro bono practice, representing individuals before the U.S. Immigration Courts and assisting clients in obtaining visas from the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service. In 2014, he dedicated time to assisting unaccompanied Central American children in detention at Fort Sill in Lawton, Oklahoma. In 2015, The American Immigration Lawyers Association honored Johanes as a Michael Maggio Pro Bono Honoree for his work on the AILA Artesia Project. The award recognized his work as part of a team of lawyers who served Central American mothers and children during and after their detention in Artesia, New Mexico.