I am sorry if this question is off-topic or there is a better place--feel free to move it or close with an explanation. I have no affiliation with Vistaprint.
I would like to publish a class with the name
vistaprint.cls. The class is already written and provides environments for creating business cards and bumper stickers according to Vistaprint's dimensions. I believe this package would be a good place to put environments for the other media Vistaprint can use (rigid airships or coffee cups or whathaveyou).
The problem I think I will face: 'Vistaprint' is a trademark in the United States and probably elsewhere.
I am afraid of legal implications with naming this package
vistaprint.cls because lawyers are big and scary and also the name could affect class/package distributors such as TeX Live. Are there any existing guidelines that would help me approach the company with a proper letter asking for the proper rights? I have perused the FAQ and had pleasant conversations with their customer service division (they told me I can't do this and suggested I write a letter).
Alternately, if your answer is of the form "this is a bad idea and you should choose a different name", please suggest an alternate name.
Edit after adding bounty:
Thanks everyone for your suggestions. At this point I will most likely use a different name. With the bounty on this question I am hoping to encounter someone who has been in this territory before.