The fines were imposed on 23 of the Muslim Brotherhood defendants over "insulting the Egyptian judiciary.
The new law abolishes prison sentences in bankruptcy cases and limits punishments to a monetary fine.
The new law is expected to improve Egypt’s investment climate and improve its ranking in global business indices.
The Supreme Media Council approved a new bill to curb the use of foul and inappropriate language on the country’s media outlets.
Cairo Court fined the Qatari-owned Al-Jazeera network EGP10,000 a compensation to an Egyptian woman who accused the network of interviewing her under claims it was an Egyptian channel.