With over 50 years serving Central Pennsylvania’s legal community, GLFM offers the latest services and technologies in our industry. Early pioneers of cutting edge stenographic court reporting and legal technologies, we have continued to expand and enhance our services to what they are today.
When you’re looking for a:
From among the best in the region
Stenographers experienced in all legal proceedings including depositions, trials, arbitrations, etc.
Who can handle your case (commercial litigation, construction defect, personal injury, medical malpractice, technical, environmental, etc.)
Legal Video Service
Video depositions with the latest technology
Professional and experienced legal videographers
Video Conferencing Service
Broadcast quality technology at our facilities
Multiple location capability
…look no further than GLFM.
Let us host your depositions, mediations, legal proceedings, and meetings at our conference and video conferencing location in York, PA.
Geiger Loria Filius McLucas Reporting
2550 Kingston Rd Suite 217
York, PA 17402
Our court reporters and videographers cover depositions and proceedings throughout all of Central Pennsylvania and beyond. If you have a need in other towns/cities, please ask us. We probably cover it.
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Interesting facts about York, PA
“The city of York was named after York, England.
Called ‘America’s first fair,’ The York Fair was originally held in York City in 1765, 11 years before the nation was founded.
For nine months, from late 1777 until mid-1778, York served as the Capital of the United States.
York was the birthplace of the Articles of Confederation, and it was in this city that the name ‘The United States of America’ was coined.
York’s Central Market was built in 1888, and is the only one of York’s first markets that is still operating at its original location.
York Barbell lifter Tony Terlazzo was the first Olympic winner from York in 1936.
In 1940 the famous York Peppermint Pattie was created in the city.
York County is the fastest-growing county attracting 20- to 35-year-olds in the state.” (source: susquehannastyle.com)