The Public Company Accounting Oversight Board revoked the registration of a New York public accounting firm and disciplined three of its partners for concealing information from the board and submitting false information in connection with a PCAOB inspection.

The PCAOB said Tuesday that it revoked the registration of New York City-based Goldstein and Morris CPAs PC, and barred the firm's managing partner, Edward B. Morris, from association with a registered accounting firm.

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