SAN FRANCISCO — Lawyers for LinkedIn Corp. say they are close to settling a proposed privacy class action over the company’s practice of sending repeated marketing emails to users’ contacts.

The suit, Perkins v. LinkedIn, 13-4303, claims LinkedIn misappropriates the names and likenesses of its users to make it seem they are sending the invitations to join the professional-networking site.

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