The paper investigates overdetermined fully nonlinear problems on nonsmooth domains. Under natural regularity assumptions on solutions it is shown that overdetermined problems on reflectionally symmetric, bounded domains can have positive solutions only if the domain is a ball. These results are extensions of results of Serrin, who proved this statement for smooth solutions on smooth domains. The results for overdetermined problems are applied to a study of Dirichlet problems, specifically to the question when a nonnegative solution is positive or zero everywhere. As a consequence, an extension of symmetry results of Gidas--Ni--Nirenberg to nonnegative solutions is obtained.
"On Serrin's symmetry result in nonsmooth domains and its applications." Adv. Differential Equations 18 (5/6) 523 - 548, May/June 2013.