Invoke Dispute Resolution is Boston’s innovative dispute resolution services provider. Invoke’s neutrals are up to the task of helping to resolve even the most challenging dispute.
Our mission is to provide parties a fair and practical alternative to resolving their disputes in court.
We recognize that there is not a one-size-fits-all solution to resolving commercial disputes. Our experienced professionals are willing to roll up their sleeves and work closely with parties and their counsel — whether in a mediation or an arbitration — to figure out the best approach for each situation.
No matter what your needs are, our neutrals provide personalized, appropriate support to help you achieve your goals in resolving a dispute. We are committed to helping guide you to a resolution, keeping you informed every step of the way.
We offer mediation and arbitration services to parties in wide array of industries, including technology, health care, finance, education, and retail. The types of disputes we handle vary widely, and they include employment disputes, business and contract disputes, business torts, and contractor disputes.
Mediation is a confidential, non-binding process in which the parties attempt to settle their dispute with the assistance of a neutral — the mediator. A trained mediator facilitates communication between the perties and works to find areas of agreement in order to reach a mutually acceptable resolution of all or part of a dispute. Mediation is a flexible process that can be initiated at any time by agreement of the parties, whether a dispute has just arisen or even if the parties have been in litigation for years. This process is also sometimes required by the terms of a contract or ordered by a court. Mediation is an efficient process to determine whether settlement is possible, often lasting only a single day.
Arbitration is another way to resolve disputes outside of court. As in a courtroom, parties submit evidence to a neutral decider who issues a decision that is legally binding on both sides and enforceable in the courts. Like a trial, arbitration may include representation by attorneys, the exchange of information, written briefs, examination of witnesses and oral argument. Disputes in arbitration can be resolved by a single neutral arbitrator or a panel of three arbitrators.
has the passion, commitment, and experience necessary to guide parties to resolution of their disputes. Please contact us here to learn more about what we can do to help you.