This is just my opinion, but most attorneys of the skill, experience, and judgment that you need will not respond to this kind of pitch. A short neutral statement of the nature of the claim and the facts underlying the case will serve you far better than this kind of pitching. No attorney that you would be willing to have represent you will rely on a client's assessment of what a case is worth, and speculations about the opposing party's needs for secrecy is usually a sign of over-confidence and conspiracy theorism at work.
Try a different tack if this one doesn't deliver the results you hoped for, and best of luck.
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