Lawyers from around the world are closely watching developments in the U.S. on the eve of the Presidential election, with many expressing views that there is more than just American leadership at stake. 

Trade agreements and political relations are a big issue for various regions, while industry practitioners from several continents expressed concern about geopolitical stability that could be damaged by the process, especially if either incumbent president Donald Trump or challenger Joe Biden challenge the result.

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