Somewhere on the Internet, there's an obscure business directory that has me incorrectly listed as the local Little League sports program. For the purposes of this question, assume the entry reads as follows:
Mark Doe Anytown Little League [my home address] [my home phone number]
ie. my name, phone number, and address juxtaposed with a company that I have no connection to.
Once every year or two, I need to deal with a wrong phone number or a piece of mis-directed mail. Now, suppose someone decides to sue the program and gets the contact information off this directory. I'd have in my hands a summons and complaint that describe me as being the defendant in the lawsuit.
But I'm not the local Little League sports program, something even a perfunctory Google search would reveal. What procedure would I use to get rid of the lawsuit, and can I get the plaintiff to pay me to cover the costs of their screw-up?
(Not a duplicate of this question: in my hypothetical scenario, I've got no link whatsoever to either the plaintiff or the intended defendant.)