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The Trueblood Case Studies
Uncovering complex accounting and auditing issues
Trueblood cases are available to everyone as PDFs. The solutions are password protected for faculty use only. There are more than 30 topics offered. Cases are reviewed annually and are updated to reflect changes in accounting literature or the evolution of practice. Ten new cases are added to the site annually in August.
For more than 50 years, the Trueblood Seminars have served the profession by teaching new developments in auditing and accounting to select accounting educators and thought leaders from around the country. Named after Robert M. Trueblood, the Trueblood Seminars offer educators the opportunity to learn from and network with Deloitte professionals who share their experiences and institutional knowledge which professors can take back to the classroom to better prepare students for their future careers.
The Trueblood case studies prepared by Deloitte professionals are based on recent technical issues that often require significant research and judgment. The case topics highlight the “gray” areas of accounting and help prepare students for the types of questions likely to arise in professional practice. These seminars help professors enrich the accounting curriculum to reflect the necessary skills of the auditor of the future.
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Case: 21-1 Slacker Settlement
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Type: Business Combinations
Subject: Evaluating the criteria regarding accounting for contingencies and assessing the measurement period in a business combination.