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\\server05\productn\N\NYS\61-4\NYS405.txtunknownSeq: 1 3-APR-0615:08ANTICIPATING TOO MUCH: WHY THECOURT SHOULD AVOID EXPANDING THEDOCTRINE OF INHERENT ANTICIPATIONPETER D. SMITH*CONTENTSI.Introduction.........................................825RII.Overview of Inherent Anticipation...................827RA.Anticipation.....................................827RB.Inherent Anticipation............................830RC.Inherent Anticipation is Different thanObviousness.....................................832RIII.An Examination of the Precedent Reveals a Two PartTest for Inherent Anticipation with SpecificExceptions..........................................833RA.Before Schering, Continental Can’s Test was Usedto Determine Inherency.........................833RB.Scientific Understanding was One Limitation onContinental Can..................................835RC.Inherent Characteristics was a Second Limitationon Continental Can...............................839RIV.The Schering Court Deviated fro...