I don't know how many lawsuits there are, but I do not believe they are viable unless the information is inaccurate. Generally, these sites get their information from public records. If you have been booked, then it is public record and fair game.
If you use the "browse" feature here on Avvo, you will find a great deal of info about the business you are asking about. Most recently there have been numerous complaints by persons who paid for removal of the info, only to find the same info quickly republished on an alleged "related" web-site. Also, there have been complaints that after six months, or a year, or two, the cycle of publication re-starts. I strongly recommend that you do your homework and gather all possible reliable info before setting your course.
(And resist the lure of "it must be true; I read it on the internet...". Here for example, "anonymous" has offered you some very dubious assurances about slam dunk settlements in the comments section. But, then, you already know to be highly skeptical about info sourced by anyone concealing their identity and basis of knowledge by hiding behind the handle "anonymous," don't you?)
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