Michael Bishop, left, listens as Houston, Texas, attorney James Freeman, center, begins his arguments representing TransCanada Corporation before County Court at Law Judge Jack Sinz, ri

 

              Michael Bishop, left, listens as Houston, Texas, attorney James Freeman, center, begins his arguments representing TransCanada Corporation before County Court at Law Judge Jack Sinz, ri
Michael Bishop, left, listens as Houston, Texas, attorney James Freeman, center, begins his arguments representing TransCanada Corporation before County Court at Law Judge Jack Sinz, right, during an emergency hearing on a temporary restraining order Thursday, Dec. 13, 2012, in Nacogdoches, Texas. TransCanada is building part of an oil pipeline designed to carry tar sands oil from Canada to the Gulf Coast. The property rights dispute is the latest legal battle to plague a project that has encountered numerous obstacles nationwide. Texas landowner Michael Bishop obtained a temporary restraining order from Sinz last Friday, arguing that TransCanada lied to Texans when it said it would be using the Keystone XL pipeline to transport crude oil. (AP Photo/The Daily Sentinel, Andrew D. Brosig) MANDATORY CREDIT